Due to the havoc of Corona, there was a crisis on the breath of Delhi, the capital of the country. There is a huge shortage of oxygen in hospitals here for many days.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
Due to the havoc of Corona, there was a crisis on the breath of Delhi, the capital of the country. There is a huge shortage of oxygen in hospitals here for many days. Many serious corona-infected patients died in hospitals in the past due to oxygen cylinder crisis. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal wrote a letter to the states seeking help to provide oxygen to save Delhi’s uprooted breaths.
Two BJP ruled states, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh, have extended their help to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal seeking help. Both states have agreed to provide oxygen to Delhi.
Himachal, Haryana agreed to help Delhi
According to the media report, a state government spokesperson said that Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jairam Thakur Delhi has agreed to arrange emergency supply of oxygen to the national capital amid the Kovid-19 crisis at the request of Arvind Kejriwal.
In a letter to the Chief Minister of Delhi, Thakur said that the Himachal Pradesh government is very concerned about the condition of the national capital and it will be happy to give all possible help to the Delhi government. Thakur said that Delhi government officials can approach the Additional Director of the Department of Industries to manage the supply of oxygen from the state. Kejriwal in a tweet thanked Thakur for his help.
Earlier, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal sought help from the Central Government and Chief Minister Manohar Lal of the neighboring state of Haryana after getting information about stopping trucks loaded with oxygen in Panipat, Haryana. After CM Kejriwal’s request, the Haryana CM assured him of help. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal himself gave information about this.
On Saturday, Kejriwal wrote a letter to the Chief Ministers of the states of the country and urged them to help Delhi with oxygen and tankers.
Kejriwal had tweeted and said, “I am writing a letter to the Chief Minister of all the states requesting that if he has additional oxygen, then make it available.” However, the central government is also helping us, but the outbreak of Kovid-19 is such that the available resources are proving to be inadequate. ”
Apart from this, CM Kejriwal also talked to Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik about the lack of oxygen. Kejriwal said in a tweet that Patnaik has given full confidence to cooperate.
Kejriwal wrote a letter to the Chief Ministers, appealing for oxygen
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday wrote a letter to his counterparts in other states, requesting that oxygen be supplied to the national capital. It was also said that the outbreak of Kovid-19 is such that all available resources are proving to be inadequate.
After the death of 20 patients due to lack of oxygen at Jaipur Golden Hospital in Delhi, Kejriwal requested for oxygen supply. Amidst growing cases of Kovid-19, hospitals in the national capital are facing a shortage of oxygen.
Delhi getting less oxygen than required: officials
Amid increasing cases of Corona virus infection, Delhi government officials said on Sunday that the national capital has received far less medical oxygen than it needs. Delhi requires 700 metric tons of oxygen daily.
While the central and city governments are embroiled in a verbal war on this issue, the city’s hospitals, especially private hospitals, are facing a shortage of medical oxygen for serious Kovid patients.
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