In the midst of the growing infection of the corona, Rajasthan will now be able to provide life-saving medicines like oxygen and remedies in proportion to its consumption. This type of assurance has been given by the Union Ministers on Tuesday to three senior cabinet ministers of the state in the national capital, New Delhi. The group of three cabinet ministers of the state included Raghu Sharma, BD Kalla, and Shanti Dhariwal.
Giving information about this, Health minister Raghu Sharma said that the Union Ministers have assured us that life-saving medicines like oxygen and remedies will be made available soon in proportion to the consumption. We have full confidence in his assurance. He said that he has also talked to the Ministry of External Affairs to bring oxygen from abroad to Rajasthan.
Raghu Sharma said that the demand estimate of oxygen in the state has been estimated at 365 metric tonnes by 30th April, 541 metric tonnes by May 9 and 900 metric tonnes by May 30, for which we were assured of cooperation by the Union Home Minister for timely supply. is.
Significantly, on the instructions of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, three senior cabinet ministers of the state met Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, Minister of State for Shipping, Chemicals, and Fertilizers Mansukh Mandaviya at their statehouses and Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal in New Delhi.
Through a virtual meeting with Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari and Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan describing the conditions of COVID-19 of the state, increasing the number of tankers for the transportation of oxygen along with the central government to Rajasthan and there was a demand to increase the supply of injections.