Delhi High Court slams Center in oxygen supply case. Sangbad Pratidin

News Daily Digital: If you don’t send oxygen where it is needed, you will have “blood stains on your hands.” The Delhi High Court directly reprimanded the central government in this language in the wake of the Delhi government’s allegations. The Arvind Kejriwal government had alleged that oxygen was needed in Delhi but was not being supplied there. But it is being supplied to another state. Although not named, it has been asked to indicate Uttar Pradesh here. In that context, the central government came under criticism from the Delhi High Court.

[আরও পড়ুন: করোনা টিকার হাহাকারের মধ্যেই দুঃসংবাদ, নষ্ট হয়েছে ২৩ শতাংশ ডোজ]

During a hearing on Tuesday, the Delhi High Court raised the question, “Can’t oxygen be supplied to hospitals instead of the industrial sector?” In reply, the Center said that the supply of oxygen to the industrial sector will be stopped from Thursday 22 April and it will be given to the hospital. The Delhi High Court then asked, “Why not from today? Would you tell patients to wait until April 22 for oxygen? The industry can wait, not the patients. ”The hearing was held in the division bench of Justice Bipin Sanghi and Rekha Palli. Judges said it was heard that doctors at Delhi’s Ganga Ram Hospital were being pressured to give patients less oxygen. Because the supply of oxygen is low.

[আরও পড়ুন: জুলাই থেকে ২৮ শতাংশ ডিএ পেতে পারেন কেন্দ্রীয় সরকারি কর্মীরা]

Although the central government claims that oxygen has been provided as required in judging the number of patients. But this evening, Delhi Health Minister Manish Sisodia claimed that Delhi’s hospitals have only 8 to 10 hours of oxygen. If there is not enough oxygen before then, more deaths will increase. ”In many hospitals in Delhi, medical oxygen is available for 8-10 next hrs only. If more oxygen isn’t made available immediately it could affect lives. No action was taken on our request to the Center to increase Delhi’s quota of oxygen, ”says Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia— ANI (@ANI) April 20, 2021 Sangbad Pratidin News App: Get fresh news updates Download News Daily Like on Facebook and follow on Twitter to get regular news. Get all news updates Like News on Daily News

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