After complaining of lack of oxygen, the Center has increased the oxygen quota for Delhi. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal himself has given this information.
The Center has increased the oxygen quota in the national capital Delhi after complaining of lack of oxygen. The Center increased the quota of 378 MT to 480 MT. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has given this information by tweeting. He said that we are grateful to the Central Government for this.
Let us know that on Tuesday, oxygen was left for a few hours for patients in many hospitals. Arvind Kejriwal himself, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and Health Minister Satyendar Jain made several tweets. After this, oxygen was transported to hospitals in the night.
Even today, Manish Sisodia alleged that a Haryana government official stopped the supply of oxygen to Delhi from a plant in Faridabad.
Sisodia said that the Center sets the oxygen quota for the states and the Aam Aadmi Party government has been demanding the Center to increase the oxygen quota for Delhi from 378 MT to 700 MT. He alleged that a Haryana government official stopped the supply of oxygen to Delhi from a plant in Faridabad. Sisodia said that a similar incident occurred in Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday, causing a crisis in some hospitals. He said that the supply of oxygen has now been restored.