Coronavirus: As the rapid rise of deadly corona virus infection in the country, there has been a severe shortage of oxygen in many states. In this difficult time of the pandemic, the Tata group has made a big announcement to meet the lack of oxygen. The Tata Group will import 24 cryogenic containers for the transportation of liquid oxygen, which will be able to overcome the oxygen shortage. PM Modi has praised this decision of the Tata group by tweeting.
What did the Tata group tweet?
The Tata Group tweeted, The Tata Group is importing 24 cryogenic containers for the transportation of liquid oxygen and helping to reduce the oxygen shortage in the country. Praising PM Modi’s address to the nation, the group said it was committed to doing as much as possible to strengthen the fight against Corona. Under this, cryogenic containers are being imported through chartered flights to reduce the oxygen crisis.
PM Modi praised the move of the Tata group as welcoming. Modi said that together the people of India will fight the corona epidemic.
Compassionate gesture by the Tata Group.— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 20, 2021
Together, the people of India will fight COVID-19. https://t.co/7LnemItJ0j
Last year, the Tat group gave Rs 1500 crore
Modi in his address to the nation on Tuesday called on all stakeholders including the pharmaceutical industry to collectively deal with the lack of oxygen. During the first wave of the epidemic last year, the Tata group arranged ventilators, personal protective equipment (PPE) kits, masks, gloves and test kits. The group promised Rs 1,500 crore to combat the corona virus epidemic.
Earlier in his address, PM Modi said that this time the demand for oxygen has increased in many parts of the country in the Corona crisis and in view of this, work is being done rapidly and with full sensitivity. Modi said that every effort is being made in this direction, from setting up new oxygen plants in the states to delivering one lack new cylinders, including the medical use of oxygen used in industrial units.