The second wave of COVID 19 has started its demanding game in India.
The number of people infected is multiplying every day.
The casualties are also going out of hand.
The lack of medical oxygen, the shortage of drugs for Remdesivir, and the lack of crematoriums to burn the bodies of those who died of corona have become a huge burden on the minds of those who hear such grievances across the country.
In this context, it is comforting that the world community, including the United States, has come forward to lend a helping hand to India.
During the first wave of corona last year, when the United States, Italy and other countries were caught in the clutches of the corona and gave clusters of lives, India reached out to help.
When we think of the countries that did not forget the help we did then, today when we think that they have come forward to help us in this difficult situation, we can understand how many possible words our ancestors said that charity will reciprocate and forgetfulness is not good.
About 40 US companies have formed a working group to supply India with essential medicines, medical oxygen supplements, corona vaccines and life-saving equipment.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has expressed interest in providing Rs 135 crore in funding.
Satya Nadella, the head of Microsoft, has also come forward to lend a helping hand.
Australian cricketers Batcummins and Bradley have offered 50,000 dollars Rs 40 lakhs respectively. US President Joe Biden has assured Prime Minister Modi that he will provide necessary assistance to India.
If the rich businessmen and celebrities of India come forward to do their best to help at this moment, the lives of millions of people can be saved.
In order to promote the production of the current essential essentials such as masks, sanitisers, PPD kits, liquid soaps, life-saving drugs, medical oxygen, material aid must come first.
They should do their best to provide these to the common people for free.