Alibaba founder Jack Ma has promised to provide emergency medical supplies to 10 countries to combat the coronavirus epidemic. India is not mentioned in the ten countries where Jack Ma has said to provide emergency medicine. The ten countries Jack Ma has named include Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Laos, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, excluding India.
These countries will be given 1.8 million masks, 210,000 test kits, 36,000 protection suits, ventilators and thermometers. Ma has now come forward to countries in Asia after sending medical supplies to Italy a few days ago. The Jack Ma Foundation handed medical supplies to the Italian Red Cross on 17 March. He also sent medical supplies to the African subcontinent. Together, Jack Ma shared a handbook involving hospitals, doctors and nurses.
With this the question also arose, where is the billionaire of India..?
India is one of the countries which has the largest number of billionaires in the world.
In 2019, the number of U.S. dollar billionaires across India was around 134, down by about 141 billionaires in the year 2018.
As per 2019 the list of Indian Billionaires
1 Mukesh Ambani: 50.0 billion
2 Azim Premji: 22.6 billion
3 Shiv Nadar: 14.6 billion
4 Lakshmi Mittal: 13.6 billion
5 Uday Kotak: 11.8 billion
6 Kumar Mangalam Birla: 11.1 billion
7 Radhakishan Damani: 11.1 billion
8 Cyrus Poonawalla: 9.5 billion
9 Gautam Adani: 8.7 billion
10 Dilip Shanghvi: 7.6 billion
As you see the list these are only some names, the list is huge
If they want they can help India to fight against the CVOID19 India medical sector is not capable to fight the CVOID19 if Nation will enter in stage 3.
As per the reports, India has 1lakh Ventilators
Now Question comes none of the Indian Riche Rich has come forward for the medical assistance for the 1.3 billion mortals.
No billionaire But Millionaire Anand Mahindra has come forward for the assistant.
Anand Mahindra, CEO of Mahindra Group, has announced a series of measures, including the production of ventilators at Mahindra’s factories, to help India fight coronavirus outbreak.
Anand Mahindra tweeted, “To help in the response to this unprecedented threat, we at the Mahindra Group will shortly begin work on how our production structures can create ventilators.
At Mahindra Holidays, we stand ready to offer our resorts as temporary care departments”.
Mahindra, in a set of tweets, said, “Going by various reports from epidemiologists, it is highly likely that India is already in Stage 3 of transmission. Cases could rise exponentially with millions of casualties, putting a huge strain on medical infrastructure.
He tweeted, “I will contribute 100% of my salary to it & will add more over the next few months. I urge all our various businesses to also set aside contributions for those who are the hardest hit in their ecosystem.”