PM Modi postponed Friday's Bengal rally
Prime Minister Modi postponed the Bengal rally to be held on Friday. He wrote in tweeting that he would preside over the high-level meetings to review the situation in Corona and hence he postponed the Bengal rally.
CEO of Serum is Adar Poonawala dacoit: BJP MLA from Gorakhpur
The Gorakhpur BJP MLA compared Serum Institute of India CEO Adar Poonawala to the 'dacoit' over the price of the vaccine and asked the government to acquire the company under the Epidemic Diseases Act.
Some people returning from Pakistan celebrating Baisakhi infected Corona
Shiromani Gurdwara Management Committee chief Bibi Jagir Kaur said that some people returning from Pakistan after celebrating Baisakhi have been found corona infected. All will be quarantined according to the instructions of the Health Department.
34,379 new cases of corona in the last 24 hours in U.P.
Uttar Pradesh Additional Chief Secretary Health Amit Mohan Prasad said that 34,379 new cases of corona have been reported in the last 24 hours in UP. 16,514 people were discharged. The total number of active cases in the state is 2,59,810. A total of 10,541 people have died so far. Yesterday, 1,96,889 samples were examined in the state.
Chhattisgarh CM Baghel's letter to PM Modi regarding the cost of the vaccine
Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel wrote a letter to PM Modi, asking that India supply biotech vaccines at a lower rate than serum.
Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij told the ways to stop the corona
Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij said that there are two ways to stop the corona. There is a lockdown, which we do not want to impose. The second is to follow the corona guidelines. We want to do that. We have decided to close all shops from tomorrow at 6 pm. It has been decided to cancel non-essential programs.
Need to work very fast: PM Modi
PM Modi held a meeting on Thursday on the lack of oxygen. During the meeting, he said that we all need to work very fast. Companies should not delay in delivering oxygen to hospitals. The Prime Minister's Office gave this information. The PMO said that the Prime Minister has been informed that the authorities are constantly in touch with the states and are paying attention to the demand for oxygen. The PMO said that the current demand for liquid medical oxygen from 20 states is 6,785 MT per day, but the Government of India has allocated 6,822 MT per day to these states from April 21 onwards. The PMO said that in the last few days, 3,300 metric tonnes per day in the availability of liquid medical oxygen through the contribution of private and public steel plants, industries, and oxygen manufacturers, as well as restrictions on the supply of oxygen to non-essential industries. Has increased.
According to the PMO, the Prime Minister has asked to fix the responsibility for the hindrance in the supply of oxygen. The PM has asked to find ways to increase the production and supply of oxygen. Measures to increase the availability of cryogenic tankers for oxygen supply, their import, airlifting, and manufacturing have been called for.
Anything is possible if the government wants
On the shortage of oxygen, the Delhi High Court asked the Center to implement its order strictly. The court said that if the government wishes, it can get heaven and earth together, so now take every problem seriously and diagnose it.
Home Ministry orders supply of oxygen to states, serious patients will get 'new life'
The pressure on hospitals has increased amidst increasing cases of corona in the country. There is a shortage of oxygen in many states. In view of the situation, the Ministry of Home Affairs has ordered the states to supply oxygen. Let me tell you that the second wave of the Corona epidemic is becoming frightening all over the country. More than three lakh cases have been reported in the last 24 hours. In view of the increasing number of patients, health facilities in hospitals are also getting messed up. In view of the fact that several states had demanded oxygen from the Center, in the past, Empowered Group 2 had mapped 12 states with the highest demand for oxygen. After which, on Thursday, the Ministry of Home Affairs has been ordered to supply oxygen.
Along with this, the Union Home Ministry said in a statement that there should be no restriction on the movement of medical oxygen between states. The Ministry of Home Affairs asked the states to order transport corporations to allow the free interstate movement of vehicles involved in oxygen transport. According to the statement, the ministry said that there is no restriction on oxygen producers, suppliers will supply life-saving gas only to hospitals in the state where they are located. Officials said that the central government is making every effort to ensure an uninterrupted supply of oxygen so that there is no shortage of medical oxygen in hospitals of any state including the national capital Delhi.