28th April, 2021
The second wave of Corona in India has become uncontrollable. In such a situation, many countries are coming forward to help India to overcome the lack of oxygen cylinders in the country. Meanwhile, Singapore has come forward to help India. Today, 256 oxygen cylinders have been flown to India from Singapore. They have been flown to India in two Singapore Air Force aircraft. This has been reported by Singapore's diplomatic missions in New Delhi, Mumbai, and Chennai. Singapore's diplomatic missions in New Delhi, Mumbai, and Chennai reported that Minister Maliki Usman flagged off two of the Singapore Air Force's C-130s. In which today 256 oxygen cylinders have been sent to India.
Operation of IAF amid shortage of oxygen
The second wave of the coronavirus epidemic has caused havoc. The army has now taken a stand amidst a fierce competition for oxygen. Indian Air Force cargo carrier C-17 aircraft have airlifted 6 cryogenic oxygen cylinder containers from Dubai and brought them to Panagarh air base. Apart from this, another cargo aircraft C-17 aircraft has been airlifted 3 oxygen containers from Singapore and brought to Panagarh air base.
Earlier, on 24 April, he flew from Hindon Air Base to Pune Air Base at 8 am and from there, two empty containers of oxygen loaded the truck and reached Jamnagar airbase in Gujarat. The C-17 jet, which flew from Hindon Air Base at 8 am on April 24, reached Pune at 10 am.
Oxygen Express is bringing six tankers of around 64 tonnes to MP
There is a big news of relief for Madhya Pradesh, which is facing oxygen crisis, that the first Oxygen Express ([train)] has left from Bokaro ([Jharkhand)] carrying 63.78 tonnes of oxygen in six tankers. Two liquid oxygen tankers will go to Jabalpur and four to Bhopal. For this, Indian Railways has made special arrangements for Green Corridor. The Bhopal Railway Division has arranged for the landing of these tankers at Mandideep. These tankers will go for loading ([filling)] by rail route after emptying.