Drishti lifeguard force donate one day’s salary to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund in light of the Covid-19 outbreak


Goa KHabar: Drishti Lifesaving, Goa’s dedicated lifeguard force which mans the coastal beach stretch have committed to donate a sum of INR Five Lakh to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund. The gesture comes from the organisation to add the state government’s efforts in its fight against the COVID – 19 outbreak.

The lifeguarding force and staff  of Drishti collectively contributed INR 3.8 Lakh while the management team contributed a sum of INR 1.2 Lakh.

Drishti has also offered its expert services and resource of vehicles and equipment as and when required by the Government of Goa to assist with relief and outreach efforts.

Said Ravi Shankar, Executive Director, Drishti Marine, “We are in the midst of a global lockdown in an effort to contain the spread of the Covid-19 outbreak. Drishti’s management team and the lifeguard force trained in CPR First Aid and  AED are available to assist with any rescue and relief operations as and when called upon by the state government. As a gesture of support our entire team has contributed a day’s salary towards the Chief Minister’s relief fund.”