Adani helps airlift mountaineer Anurag Maloo from Kathmandu to AIIMS Delhi, brother thanks billionaire
Billionaire Gautam Adani arranged for an air ambulance to help transfer mountaineer Anurag Maloo, who was recued by a Polish mountaineer, three days after he had fallen into a crevass in Mt. Annapurna in Nepal
Billionaire Gautam Adani, and the Adani Foundation, aided the transfer of mountaineer Anurag Maloo by arranging for an air ambulance to help transfer the mountaineer, who was rescued after falling into a deep crevasse in Nepal's Mount Annapurna last month, from Kathmandu to the AIIMS in New Delhi.
Anurag was rescued and airlifted to the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi for medical treatment and is currently undergoing treatment.
Gautam Adani and his wife, who heads the Adani Foundation, expressed their privilege in assisting the mountaineer and wished him a speedy recovery.
"Priti and I are privileged to be of help. We are happy to learn that Anurag is safe and is praying for his speedy recovery. We are confident that he will soon be ready to conquer more of life's peaks," said Adani in a tweet.
After being airlifted from Kathmandu, Maloo was taken to AIIMS's Jai Prakash Narayan Apex Trauma Centre, where he was admitted to the ICU. His condition is said to be stable.
The Adani Foundation has been actively involved in various philanthropic initiatives, including healthcare, education, and rural development. The foundation has provided support to several communities during the COVID-19 pandemic and has contributed to various disaster relief efforts.
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