The second oxygen express from Bokaro in Jharkhand reached Charbagh station in Lucknow on Monday morning.
Oxygen express reached Bokaro to Lucknow
Millions of new cases of coronavirus are coming up all over the country every day, due to which health facilities are severely crumbled. There is a huge shortage of oxygen in many states of the country at this time. Corona patients who are killed daily include those patients who are dying without oxygen. Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, is also facing a shortage of oxygen. The second oxygen express from Bokaro in Jharkhand reached Charbagh station on Monday morning in order to remove the oxygen shortage in Lucknow.
Another Oxygen Express loaded with liquid oxygen has departed from Bokaro to Lucknow, which will contribute significantly in the system of oxygen.
Railways are making a significant contribution to the supply of oxygen, and all our employees are with the countrymen in this fight. pic.twitter.com/KgW6aiicxf
— Piyush Goyal (@PiyushGoyal) April 26, 2021
Piyush Goyal shared video
Railway Minister Piyush Goyal tweeted a video on Monday. He has shared the video of Oxygen Express for Bokaro to Lucknow on Twitter. Along with sharing the video, the Railway Minister wrote, “Another Oxygen Express loaded with liquid oxygen has departed from Bokaro to Lucknow, which will contribute significantly in the system of oxygen. Railways are making significant contribution in the supply of oxygen, and all our employees are with the countrymen in this fight. “
735 km Green Corridor built for Oxygen Express
A 735 km green corridor was built for the Oxygen Express that reached Lucknow from Bokaro. This train has run from Bokaro to Lucknow via Pandit Deen Dayan Upadhyay Junction, Varanasi and Sultanpur. In this train, 4 tankers of 15 thousand liters were loaded. Oxygen tankers were also sent from Varanasi, which were unloaded there itself. Let us tell you that this train was left for Bokaro from Lucknow at 10.50 pm on Saturday night with empty tankers. After which oxygen was loaded and sent from Bokaro to Lucknow on Sunday afternoon.
The first oxygen express reached Lucknow on Saturday
Earlier on Saturday, the first Oxygen Express reached Lucknow from Bokaro, in which three tankers loaded with oxygen were loaded. Oxygen that came to Lucknow was loaded from the Steel Plant of Steel Authority of India (SAIL) located in Bokaro. It is now being hoped that with the help of Oxygen Express, the life of Lucknow will save the lives of people and improve the condition of the capital.