Air Vice-Marshal M Ranade informed on Saturday that the IAF has deployed 42 transport aircraft comprising 12 heavy lifts, 830 medium lifts for Kovid relief operations. He said, 'It will be used to bring relief materials and other resources from other countries. So far, we have transported 75 containers of oxygen and the process is on.
"We are using Bio Bubbles for our crew to continue their work without any hindrance so that they do not harm any external exposure," he said. Air Vice-Marshal Makrand Ranade said, "So far whatever work has been assigned to the Air Force has been completed in a very professional manner."
'Jal', 'Thal' and 'Nabh'...our armed forces have left no stone unturned in strengthening the fight against COVID-19. https://t.co/JOcRRrhJgR
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 6, 2021
Air Force aircraft are flying for several hours to eliminate oxygen shortage. Have to bring empty containers to depots in the country or bring cryogenic tankers from abroad to India. Air Force personnel are involved in this. At the same time, the Navy is also traveling for miles in the sea to strengthen the supply. Army hospitals have been opened to the general public.
In our country, which is struggling with the second wave of the epidemic, there are also forces on the front. Given this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently tweeted. In it, he wrote that water, land, and sky, our armed forces have left no stone unturned to strengthen the fight against Kovid-19. The Prime Minister tweeted on the blog post of Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. The Defense Minister, in his blog, while praising the Indian Army, Navy, and the Air Force, has described how they are contributing to the war against the epidemic.