Volunteers from the Hindu community in the United Arab Emirates are facing crisis calls from their country, shipping oxygen cylinders to fight India’s devastating coronovirus growth
On Monday, volunteers from the country’s Hindu community gathered at the Jebel Ali Port at the northern end of Dubai to deposit hundreds of cylinders of liquid oxygen and massive containers of compressed oxygen on a ship, where it would become crisis-free. India. The latest increase in virus cases affected India when organizers shifted production of oxygen to the Indian owners of Dubai’s helium factory.
As the help increased to return home, the factory enlisted the help of the main Hindu temple located in the BAPS Sri Swaminarayan Temple, Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, to send oxygen supplies. COVID-19 is dying in the capital of India, New Delhi and other cities due to shortage of patients.
Hindu spiritual leaders, wearing saffron robes, blessed them with oxygen, before sending it, showered rose petals on the shipment and marked the cylinders with traditional orange dye.
The UAE economy is driven by millions of foreign workers in Southeast Asia. Indian citizens make up about 30% of the population.