by Priya Jadhav
In association with ONGC (Oil and Natural Gas Corporation) is Indian multinational oil and Gas Company & Humanitarian Welfare and Research Foundation NGO (Mumbai) in an attempt to draw attention on Make Way for Ambulance in Delhi city was a huge success.The 3 Days Campaign began on 21st August and concluded on 23rd August 2019 with positive response from the citizen of Delhi
The Campaign was held at 6 location in south Delhi Vasant Vihar, Vasant Kunj, Moti Baug, Munirka, Kisangarh and Fortis to spread awareness in attempt to draw attention on saving critical patient lives in emergency vehicles. This campaign made positive impact on every citizen endorsed their pledge and acknowledged that whenever they hear the siren of ambulance or see the ambulance stuck in traffic they will make their best effort in making way for Ambulance in giving life to patient on emergency vehicle. The statistics say that many times ambulance does not reach to hospital on time because of excessive traffic in roadways and highways which cost loss of someone's valuable life.People of south Delhi have shown their support in view of emergency vehicles Ambulance carries precious life which can be saved if they reach to hospital on time and as a responsible citizen they will move one step ahead in making way for Ambulance in reaching them to the nearest hospital.
Ms. Christine Swaminathan Founder Trustee from ‘Humanitarian Welfare and Research Foundation NGO (Mumbai) has always initiated on social & welfare campaign in benefiting the society and initiated this “Make Way For Ambulance” campaign in spreading awareness amongst people to be more responsible and attentive in giving way to ambulance. Doing this one can contribute towards their duty as a responsible and attentive citizen.And can do their charity towards humanity. Mr. Rakesh Kumar Trustee from HWARF adds that “It was necessary to create a Campaign like "Make Way for Ambulance” so people get more cautious when they hear the siren of Ambulance and help the Ambulance to reach it's destiny on time so that a person’s life can be saved ."
ONGC: Alka Mittal – Director (HR) – ONGC said “Now a days due to increasing Traffic, Ambulance gets stuck in the traffic with critical patient fighting between life and Death making it impossible to reach their destined hospital.This campaign will make impact on people of Delhi for Making Way for Ambulance. It will create an awareness amongst every responsible citizen in saving live of our dear ones in Ambulances.