Guwahati: The ever-worsening COVID-19 situation across India, including Assam, has caught both the government and the common people unawares. At the same time, there are many who are trying to help the needy in as many ways as possible. Now, Zubeen Garg, one of Assam’s most favourite singers and actors, has proposed to the Assam government to convert his 2-storey house in Kahilipara, Guwahati into a COVID Care Centre.
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Garg’s house, if used, could help handle the rising demand for beds for COVID-19 treatment.
Garima Saikia, Zubeen Garg’s wife, said, “On behalf of Brindaban Supermart we would like to inform that the Assam Government/administration is invited to use our 2-storeyed house in Kahilipara (in Guwahati) as COVID Care Centre. Moreover, 2 trucks belonging to the Brindaban Theatre will be ever ready for COVID purposes.”
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