Thanks to the initiative taken by the Tata Group to alleviate the oxygen shortage and import 24 cryogenic containers: Oxygen shortage is particularly acute in the wake of the rising number of covid cases in the country. Even reputable corporate hospitals have given up on the solution for lack of oxygen. Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday expressed grave concern over the situation in his racially charged speech. At this juncture, the industries are advised to reduce their oxygen requirements to ensure adequate availability of vital oxygen to the patients.
All covid hospitals want to make appropriate efforts for its availability. In this case, the Tata Group came forward mainly at the call of the Prime Minister. He welcomed the company’s announcement on Twitter that it would import 24 cryogenic containers to transport liquid oxygen. He described it as a Tata Group-friendly move to Alleviate the oxygen shortage.
The agency said Modi’s suggestions to the Indian people were commendable and that they would cooperate with the government’s efforts in the fight against covid-19 and take immediate action to address the oxygen shortage. They will do their best to strengthen the health sector in the country.
Responding to the tweet, Prime Minister Modi also tweeted that the Tata Group Trust was serving the people through its various charitable activities. Congratulations to this Multi-National Company. The company also spent over Rs. 1500 crore. Over-supplied ventilators, PPE kits, etc. to hospitals across the country. Built a special hospital in Kerala in six weeks. On this occasion, Prime Minister Modi recalled the religious activities of the day.