New Delhi| There is a serious oxygen crisis in Delhi. On Tuesday, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said Tuesday that there is a serious oxygen crisis in Delhi. “I again urge the central government to make oxygen available to Delhi immediately. Some hospitals have oxygen left for a few hours.” At the same time, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that SOS phones are coming from all the hospitals regarding oxygen. People supplying oxygen are being stopped in different states. There should not be jungle raj among the states regarding the supply of oxygen. On this, the central government will have to be very sensitive and active.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal held a review meeting with officials on the current situation in Corona. The Chief Minister said that the people are working on a war footing to ensure the supply of oxygen in Delhi. We are also constantly talking to the central government. The work of increasing oxygen beds is also going on in a big way in Delhi.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal held a review meeting on the current situation of Corona in Delhi through a video conference. Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, Health Minister Satyendar Jain, Chief Secretary, Principal Secretary (Health), ACS, and other senior officials were present in the review meeting.
During this, CM Arvind Kejriwal discussed with officers to increase the maximum number of oxygen beds in Delhi. He directed the officers to emphasize increasing the maximum number of oxygen beds in Delhi. CM said that it is seen that oxygen levels are being found low in most of the patients coming to the Hospital. They can be given oxygen as soon as possible so that their health can improve quickly and get better treatment. Officials informed that the focus has been on increasing oxygen beds and the work of increasing oxygen beds is going on at an accelerated pace.
CM Arvind Kejriwal had a detailed discussion with the authorities regarding the adequate supply of oxygen in Delhi. The CM said that it is the endeavor of the Delhi government to get the maximum supply of oxygen to Delhi. For this, all efforts should be made by the government.
In the review meeting, a detailed discussion was held on the cylinder of oxygen coming from other states in Delhi. Officials informed the CM that oxygen cylinders come from Noida and Rajasthan in Delhi. Oxygen cylinders from Noida and Rajasthan have to face several dams to reach Delhi and talk to the central government whenever there are hurdles. The CM instructed the officials to talk to the central government and remove these obstacles soon. Officials said that talks are on with the central government and there is a demand from the Center that oxygen cylinders coming from Noida and Rajasthan be allowed to come to Delhi without any bind. This will take less time for the oxygen cylinders to reach Delhi and people will get relief as soon as possible.