A middle-aged police constable from Anantapur was posted to work in the quarantine centre which is just opposite the Super Speciality Hospital.
As he went to report for his work after his breakfast, he felt tremors and palpitations in his chest. A colleague immediately took him to Swami’s hospital, which was just few metres away.
Even though it is a period of lockdown everywhere, the emergency department of the hospital is ever alert. He was quickly examined by the cardiac doctors who suspected some malfunctioning of his heart.
Dr Iyer, the Head of Department of Cardiology, decided to immediately operate on him. “One of his vessels was damaged, we put a stent and by God’s grace averted a major heart attack which could have endangered his life. It all happened in half an hour,” he says, and asserts,
“To me it is purely Divine grace. To be present just in front of the hospital when his discomfort started, to be checked in record time and operated in less than 2 hours, especially in these times when there is absolute no movement of people and vehicles, is nothing but Divine grace. We are grateful to Bhagawan for these opportunities to serve those who are risking their lives to help others day in and day out."
To read about the quarantine centre and the other initiative taken by the Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust
and Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisations, read the article below: