The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government of Delhi is going to set up 44 oxygen plants in the capital in the next one month to alleviate the oxygen crisis in the capital. For this, help is also being taken from abroad.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Tuesday that we are importing 21 ready-to-use oxygen plants from France. They can be used immediately. These will be set up in various hospitals and this will help us in addressing the oxygen crisis in those hospitals.
Kejriwal said that in the next one month we are going to set up 44 oxygen plants, in which 8 plants are being installed by the central government. It is expected that these 8 plants will be ready by 30 April. The Delhi government is setting up 36 plants, out of which 21 plants are coming from France, the remaining 15 are from our country.