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Sikandar Khan, a retired army man, has taken upon himself to provide oxygen, medicines, and ration kits to needy people in Sujangarh town of Rajasthan’s Churu district. His service is free and for people of all religions. He, along with a team of volunteers, is working under the banner of Muslim MahasbhaSujangarh. Sikandar and his team provided oxygen to dozens of people and distributed several ration kits.“We have started this service because there was a shortage of oxygen. People were dying. We decided to serve people for the sake of humanity. Our aim is to save lives. Every life is precious,” Sikandar said.“People from all communities – Hindu, Muslim, Sikh and Christians – come to us. We also provide oxygen to hospitals when there is need for it,” said Sikandar.

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