Oxygen Crisis: Home Ministry Order – No Restriction on Oxygen Movement Between States

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Oxygen Crisis: Amid the lack of oxygen in Delhi and other states, the Home Ministry said in an order that no restrictions will be imposed on the movement of medical oxygen between the states. Inter-state movement of vehicles carrying oxygen should be allowed. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said in a press conference today that oxygen has been completely depleted in many hospitals in Delhi. He said, “Saroj, Rathi, Shanti Mukund, Tirath Ram Hospital, UK Hospital, Jeevan Hospital say that we have run out of oxygen.” We are trying to give them oxygen cylinders in some way. ”

Sisodia said, “When the central government has increased the allocation of oxygen to Delhi, then why are the governments of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh behaving like Delhi has a quarrel with Uttar Pradesh and Haryana.”

Delhi’s deputy CM said, “Today, there is a panic of oxygen everywhere in Delhi because Haryana and Uttar Pradesh have created a jungle rage about oxygen.” The governments, officials, police there are not letting oxygen out of the oxygen plant there for Delhi. The central government should intervene in this.

Earlier, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said, “This is a big disaster, if we split it in Haryana, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, West Bengal, India will not survive, at this time we have to help each other.” If there will be excess oxygen in Delhi, we will give it to other states.

Kejriwal said, “Our oxygen quota has increased, much oxygen has to come from Odisha. It will take a few days for the increased quota of oxygen to reach Delhi, we are trying to bring oxygen from the plane.

The CM of Delhi said, “The central government decides the quota of oxygen and which company will give this quota.” Oxygen is not produced in Delhi, all the oxygen comes from outside states. In some of the states where the oxygen companies are in, some state governments stopped sending oxygen to the quota of Delhi from those companies. ”

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