PM Modi orders setting up of 551 oxygen plants in hospitals through PM CARES fund Sangbad Pratidin

Published by: Subhajit Mandal | Posted: April 25, 2021 2:12 pm | Updated: April 25, 2021 2:37 pm News Daily Digital Desk: Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a big announcement to meet the oxygen shortage in the country. This time 551 micro oxygen plants will be set up across the country. Which will provide the oxygen needed in the medical field. Funding for the construction of these plants across the country will be provided from the PMCares fund. Corona virus patients are having more or less the same problem in all the big cities of the country. Delhi and Maharashtra in particular have the highest incidence of this problem. More than six hundred in Maharashtra. Most of these are due to lack of oxygen. Only the Uttar Pradesh government has claimed that there is no shortage of oxygen in the state. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has even announced that the property will be confiscated if fake news is spread about the oxygen crisis. However, overall the whole country is in crisis at the moment. The situation is also critical in Punjab, Gujarat or Madhya Pradesh. The number of daily deaths in the capital at the moment is more than three hundred.

[আরও পড়ুন: ‘এখন জান কি বাত করা জরুরি’, মোদির ‘মন কি বাত’কে খোঁচা রাহুলের]

To overcome that crisis, it has been decided to build micro oxygen plants in different parts of the country. The cost will be borne by many controversial PM CARES funds. These oxygen plants will be built in hospitals or health centers. And it will be useful to meet all the oxygen needs in the area. According to the Center on Sunday, the 551 Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) medical oxygen plants will be set up from the PM CARES fund on the instructions of the Prime Minister. These plants will be established in district hospitals or large government hospitals. The responsibility for its supervision will be directly on the Union Ministry of Health. The Prime Minister directed that these oxygen plants should be made operational as soon as possible. However, how long will these be launched? No official deadline has been set.

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The center is currently facing criticism across the country over the oxygen crisis. There is a lot of criticism on social media as well. Opponents also questioned the effectiveness and transparency of the PM CARES fund in difficult circumstances. The Prime Minister made this big announcement amidst multiple pressures. Sangbad Pratidin News App: Download to get the latest updates of news Like to stay in the daily news Like on Facebook and follow on Twitter. Get updates on all news LikeDownload News every day

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