Pranav, son of Anandayya, advised the people to consume the recipe twice a day
Mancherial: Akhila Bharatiya Ayyappa Dharma Prachara Sabha (ABAP), a religious organisation distributed a special Covid-19 medication formulated and prepared by ayurvedic medicine practitioner Anandayya to a record 40,000 persons including frontline workers, auto-rickshaw drivers, private employees and professionals free of cost here on Monday.
ABAP State general secretary Bheti Tirumal Rao along with Mancherial municipal vice chairperson and organisation’s district honorary president Gajula Mukesh Goud and former Mancherial MLA G Aravind Reddy launched the programme, which evoked an overwhelming response with people from all age groups making a beeline to the venue where volunteers and devotees of Lord Ayyappa were deployed to control the crowd.
Tirumal Rao said that the medication was distributed in Telangana for the first time, facing many odds. Gajula Mukesh Goud said that everyone should become partners in making Mancherial a Covid-free entity. He expressed gratitude to the organisation for choosing the district to give the miraculous medicine. He thanked those who extended their cooperation in organising the event.
Pranav, son of Anandayya, advised the people to consume the recipe twice a day. He suggested the public not to eat food and drink liquids for 30 minutes after taking the medicine. People aged above 5 years could have the ayurvedic medicine. However, pregnant and menstruating women should not take it and one must drink more water than normal after taking the medicine, he explained.
National executive council member of ABAP Rajender Goud, State joint secretary Telu Srinivas, Zonal secretary Ambilapu Srinivas, public relations officer Mittapalli Sampath Rao, the district level representatives of the organisation Thota Praveen, Raghupathi Rao, Bhaskarla Rajesham, Shiva Reddy, Bethi Sathyanarayana, Arava Raju Srinivas Raju and many others were present.
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