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Kareena’s disaster, crisis on the breath: Delhi High Court said – a lot of water has now reached above the head; Delhi gets 490 MT of oxygen, otherwise contempt action will be taken

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 Kareena's disaster, crisis on the breath: Delhi High Court said - a lot of water has now reached above the head;  Delhi gets 490 MT of oxygen, otherwise contempt action will be taken


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The Center asked: Why did Rajasthan not have four cryogenic tankers?  - Dainik Bhaskar

The Center asked: Why did Rajasthan not have four cryogenic tankers?

In the midst of the Carena epidemic, there was a hearing in the Delhi High Court on Saturday on the holiday of lack of oxygen in the hospitals of Delhi. At Batra Hospital, eight patients were killed due to the exhaustion of oxygen in the hospital. Kert told the center, ‘Enough happened. Now the water has reached above the head. In any case, 490 metric tons of oxygen should be supplied to Delhi today. If not supplied, action will be taken in contempt of the court.

The High Court said- ‘Delhi has been allocated 480 metric tonnes of oxygen since April 20. Which was increased to 490 MT. There was no complete allotment of the kate on any day. The High Court asked the Center that despite the order, why did Rajasthan not raid the four cryogenic tanks made for Delhi?

Hearing was going on, only then news of Maith was received

It was only during the hearing in the High Court that the oxygen was exhausted at Batra Hospital due to lack of oxygen. Due to this, eight patients were defeated. The hospital management told the High Court, “We were not supplied oxygen in time.

Oxygen was out at 12 o’clock in the afternoon. We received supplies at half past one. We have lost eight lives. We also had a doctor in it. Doctor SCL Gupta of Batra Hospital in Kart looked very disturbed and angry. The High Court asked him to remain calm on this.

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