Chirag Paswan Writes To PM Modi And Nitish Kumar, Demands For Corona Patients

Patna: Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) President Chirag Paswan has written separate letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday and has made different demands for the corona patients of his parliamentary constituency Jamui. Chirag Paswan has said in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi that according to the announcement of the central government, 551 new oxygen plants are being set up all over the country. New oxygen plants will also be set up in 15 districts of Bihar.

Chirag has said in the letter that Jamui is also complaining of lack of oxygen. Paswan has urged the Prime Minister that the Corona patients of Jamui should not die due to lack of oxygen, so an oxygen plant should be set up there as well. Here, Jamui MP Chirag Paswan has also written a letter to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar demanding immediate ventilator.

Technician should be provided in times of epidemic- Chirag

The LJP president has said in a letter to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar that the district hospital in Jamui has four ventilators, which do not have a single technician to operate. Due to this, Corona patients are having a lot of difficulty in treatment during the Corona period.

Paswan said that his information has been given many times before. He said that local MLA Shreyasi Singh made the administration aware of this, but despite this no action has been taken. He has urged the Chief Minister to provide a technician in the time of this epidemic, so that the patients can reduce their discomfort.

CM Palaniswami PM Prime Minister Stops Tamil Nadu Supply Of Oxygen To Andhra Pradesh And Telangana Seeks Modi

The CM said, the oxygen allocated to Tamil Nadu under the National Plan is 'inadequate' and 'incorrect'.

The CM said, the oxygen allocated to Tamil Nadu under the National Plan is ‘inadequate’ and ‘incorrect’.

Tamilnadu Latest news: Palaniswami said, “Therefore, I request that the decision to send 80 metric tons of oxygen from Sriperumbudur plant in Tamil Nadu to another state be immediately canceled.”

Chennai. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami said on Sunday that 80 metric liquid oxygen was being sent from the state to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. He demanded from Prime Minister Narendra Modi that this should be stopped in view of the increasing cases in the state. He said that the oxygen allocated to Tamil Nadu under the national plan is ‘inadequate’ and ‘wrong’ and sending it to other states will create ‘a big crisis’. The Chief Minister said that due to the increasing number of patients under oxygen dependent Kovid-19, the demand for medical oxygen has increased and hence its adequate availability in Tamil Nadu should be ensured.

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Government is trying to reduce the number of infectedHe said in a letter to Prime Minister Modi that the state government is making all efforts to reduce the number of infected but in view of the current practice, Tamil Nadu will soon need 450 metric tonnes of oxygen, which is more than 400 metric tonnes of the state’s production capacity is more. Palaniswamy, pointing to the increasing demand for oxygen, said that at the peak of the epidemic last year, the number of under-treated patients was close to 58 thousand, but this time their number has already crossed one lakh. Tamil Nadu has been allocated 220 tons of oxygen
He said that in this situation, 220 metric tonnes of oxygen has been allocated to Tamil Nadu under the National Medical Oxygen Allocation. The Chief Minister said that due to this wrong allocation, 80 metric tonnes of oxygen is being supplied to Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu from Sriperumbudur production center of the state.

He cited the consumption figures of the Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organization (PESO) that the demand for oxygen in Tamil Nadu has already reached 310 metric tonnes while the ‘inadequate allocation’ is 220 tonnes. Palaniswamy said, “Therefore, I request that the decision to send 80 metric tons of oxygen from Sriperumbudur plant in Tamil Nadu to another state be immediately canceled.”