Kejriwal writes to all CMs asks them to provide
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NEW DELHI: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday wrote a letter to all of the chief ministers of the nation asking them to supply spare oxygen to the nationwide capital.
“I am writing to all CMs requesting them to provide oxygen to Delhi, if they have spare. Though Central govt. is also helping us, the severity of corona is such that all available resources are proving inadequate”, Kejriwal stated in a tweet.

In a metting with PM Modi on Friday, Kejriwal had stated the Centre ought to take over all oxygen crops by means of the Army and requested Modi to direct chief ministers of all states to make sure clean motion of oxygen tankers coming to the nationwide capital.
“People in major pain due to oxygen shortage. We fear a big tragedy may happen due to oxygen shortage and we will never be able to forgive ourselves. I request you with folded hands to direct all CMs to ensure smooth movement of oxygen tankers coming to Delhi,” he stated throughout the assembly.
“We need a national plan to deal with the crisis. The Central government should take over all oxygen plants through the Army and every tanker coming out of the oxygen plant should be accompanied by an Army escort vehicle,” he stated.
The chief minister had additionally objected to totally different charges being charged from state governments and the Centre for the Covid-19 vaccine, and stated “one nation, one rate” coverage ought to be adopted.
Meanwhile, the Delhi excessive court docket on Saturday requested the Centre and the Delhi authorities to coordinate on the problem of creating accessible medical oxygen to hospitals treating Covid-19 sufferers, observing that residents can’t be left to die. The court docket made it clear that the efforts which Delhi authorities has to make on this regard can’t be trivialised and they need to not depart it completely to the central authorities.

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