Hapur News – Industrial plants returned 160 cylinders

Industrial plants returned 160 cylinders
Hapur’s industrial plants have worked together to address oxygen starvation in the face of the growing threat from Corona. Industrial plants have provided the district administration with 160 cylinders so that they can be refilled and transported to those in need.
In the second corona wave, the patient’s oxygen levels decrease, causing them to die too. Until now, oxygen starvation has resulted in thousands of lives. Oxygen starvation has increased across the country. In such a situation, industrial plants also reported themselves at this hour of the crisis. In Dholana, Pilkhuwa and Hapur there are more than 50 units that require oxygen cylinders. The government gave orders not to provide oxygen to such non-essential units. Then these units were switched off. Now these units make their empty cylinders available to the district administration.
District deputy commissioner Pankaj Nirvana said that industrial equipment in the district has returned 160 cylinders. Which can be used for those in need.
IIA Division Secretary Dheeraj Chugh said that everyone must cooperate with each other during this time of crisis. In the public interest, people need to come forward and make their own efforts.

Industrial plants returned 160 cylinders

Hapur’s industrial plants have worked together to address oxygen starvation in the face of the growing Corona threat. Industrial plants have provided the district administration with 160 cylinders so that they can be refilled and transported to those in need.

In the second corona wave, the patient’s oxygen levels decrease, causing them to die too. To date, oxygen starvation has caused thousands of lives to be lost. Oxygen starvation has increased across the country. In such a situation, industrial plants also reported themselves at this hour of the crisis. In Dholana, Pilkhuwa and Hapur there are more than 50 units that require oxygen cylinders. The government gave orders not to provide oxygen to such non-essential units. Then these units were switched off. Now these units make their empty cylinders available to the district administration.

District deputy commissioner Pankaj Nirvana said that industrial equipment in the district has returned 160 cylinders. Which can be used for those in need.

IIA Division Secretary Dheeraj Chugh said that everyone must cooperate with each other during this time of crisis. In the public interest, people need to come forward and make their own efforts.

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