Kejriwal Government has been continuously accusing the Center of shortage of oxygen in Delhi hospitals. At the same time, hearing is going on from the Supreme Court to the High Court on this matter.
In such a situation, now the North Delhi Municipal Corporation has attacked the Kejriwal government saying that there is no shortage of oxygen in the corporation's hospitals any day. But the Delhi government has been making excuses for the lack of oxygen while running from responsibility.
North Delhi Mayor Jai Prakash told that there is no shortage of oxygen in the hospitals of North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) even for one day. He has said that corona patients are being treated in three hospitals of North Corporation, Hindu Rao Hospital, RBIPMT Hospital and Balak Ram Hospital.
Mayor Jayaprakash said that the Hindu Rao Hospital has an oxygen tank of 10,000 cubic meters capacity and the daily consumption of oxygen in the hospital is 2000 cubic meters. At the same time, 6000 cubic meters capacity oxygen tank is installed in RBIPMT hospital and 1000 cubic meters of oxygen is consumed daily in this hospital. At the same time, oxygen is being supplied to Balkaram Hospital through an oxygen cylinder.
He told that due to the Government of India, there was not a shortage of oxygen in the hospitals of North Corporation for even a single day. The hospitals of the corporation are also getting full supply of oxygen.
Mayor Jai Prakash told that every two days, oxygen tankers of Linda company come from Haryana and supply oxygen to the corporation. He informed that there has not been a shortage of oxygen in the hospitals of the corporation till date and facilities are functioning smoothly in all the hospitals.
Mayor Jayaprakash said that the Delhi government is constantly running away from its responsibilities as an excuse for lack of oxygen, which the citizens of Delhi are suffering. He said that health services in Delhi have derailed due to the chaos of the Delhi government. He said that the Delhi government should insist on strengthening the health services and not on making excuses.