India rose to challenges posed by Covid 19 fought patiently Amit
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AHMEDABAD: India rose to the challenges posed by the continuing Covid-19 pandemic and below the management of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the centre and state governments patiently fought the virus, mentioned Union home minister Amit Shah on Thursday.
While talking on the digital inauguration of 9 oxygen plants in Ahmedabad, the Union dwelling minister famous a number of steps taken by the federal government to beat one of many largest challenges within the second wave – the ten-fold enhance in oxygen demand.
“Under normal circumstances, the country used to produce about 1000 MT of oxygen. Within a month, the demand increased to 10,000 MT. It was a huge challenge to meet this 10-fold increase in demand, but under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Centre and State rose to the challenge and started our fight against this,” he mentioned.
“The production of industrial oxygen was paused in plants across the country and were diverted towards medical oxygen. Cryogenic tankers were in the country were limited but we brought in from across the world and oxygen was transported in trains. About 15,000MT has been transported by train,” he added.
He additionally mentioned that after the primary wave, 162 PSA vegetation have been accepted from the PM CARES fund by the Prime Minister, together with a further 1,051 vegetation.
“Along with this, 100 more PSA plants were also initiated by other ministries. In the coming days, work to set up 300 more will also be started,” he mentioned.
Shah additionally lauded efforts by the armed forces, Railways and scientists. “Thanks to their efforts, this pandemic is receding slowly and demand for oxygen has come down as well. The number of recoveries is higher than new cases,” he mentioned.
The 9 oxygen vegetation inaugurated by Amit Shah shall be operated by the Vallabh Youth Organization. Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani was additionally current on the digital occasion.


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