News Daily Digital Desk: Anyone who interrupts the supply of oxygen will be hanged. This is how the Delhi High Court became vocal against negligence in the worrisome COVID-19 situation in the country. Besides, the Center has been directed to make it clear when 460 metric tonnes of oxygen will reach Delhi as promised. And in it is the cry of oxygen. Many people are losing their lives without treatment. The picture is similar in almost all states, from Maharashtra, Delhi to Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat. The Delhi High Court has virtually warned that neither the Center nor the state will be exempted for any negligence on the day of the crisis. The upward transmission of corona has been compared to that of a ‘tsunami’, which has been instructed to keep the oxygen supply normal during this time.
[আরও পড়ুন: ঋতুস্রাবের আগে বা পরে কি মেয়েদের টিকা নেওয়া ঠিক নয়? জবাব দিল কেন্দ্র]
The Delhi High Court on Saturday observed in a case that the supply of oxygen to hospitals was not adequate. In case of any interruption in this supply, no central or state government official or any official of the local administration will be allowed to speak. If anyone tried to stop him, he would be hanged. The Delhi High Court bench also asked the Delhi government whether anyone was trying to obstruct the operation. Adequate oxygen supply is needed as the infection progresses. Delhi received 296 metric tons of medical gas yesterday. In this context, the High Court directly questioned the Center. When will Delhi get 480 metric tons of oxygen? The situation is so worrying that the Chief Minister wrote a letter again on Saturday requesting to give oxygen to other states as well.
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It may be mentioned that 25 covid patients died due to lack of oxygen at Jaipur Golden Hospital in Delhi yesterday. The Batra Hospital in Delhi also told the court that they needed 6,000 liters of oxygen. It is possible to work at 6000 liters somehow. But in the end 5,000 liters of oxygen was found. All in all, the Delhi High Court is angry. Sangbad Pratidin News App: Download to get the latest news updates News Like every day to stay in the regular news Like on Facebook and follow on Twitter Follow all the news updates Like News in Daily News