Amid the havoc of the Coronavirus epidemic, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday hoped that the scarcity of oxygen in the national capital would soon be resolved.
He told, “Delhi government has decided to import 18 tankers from Bangkok, these tankers will start coming from tomorrow (Wednesday).” We requested the Central Government to give Air Force aircraft for this and they have a very positive attitude. The conversation is going on. “
Kejriwal said that this will remove the problem of transporting oxygen and we will start getting our full oxygen.
Apart from this, the Chief Minister of Delhi said,
“We are importing 21 oxygen oxygen plants from France, these are ready-to-use plants.” We will install them in different hospitals, this will help us to overcome the lack of oxygen in those hospitals. ”
“In the next one month, we are going to set up 44 oxygen plants, in which 8 plants are being installed by the central government.” It is expected that these 8 plants will be ready by 30 April. The Delhi government is setting 36 plants out of which 21 plants are coming from France, the remaining 15 plants belong to our country.
Kejriwal told, “I wrote a letter to all the Chief Ministers and industrialists of the country for help.” We are getting full cooperation from everyone. I thank all the Chief Ministers, industrialists, social and religious organizations. ”
The Kejriwal government has taken these steps at a time when in the last few days, after a few hours, the hospitals are seen on social media asking for help and giving information about the depletion of oxygen stock. Meanwhile, the Delhi High Court had made it clear that whatever the Delhi government tries to do in this regard, it should not be unimportant and should not leave everything to the central government.