Many public officials also received oxygen from the facility – many public officials also received oxygen from the facility

Firozabad Although the oxygen system installed on Friday will provide uninterrupted oxygen to patients, this system will serve as oxygen in the policy of many public officials in the district. From the earliest phases of foundation to the launch date, everyone competed for approval of the oxygen system.
In the midst of all these exercises, MLA Sadar Manish Asija was very busy until the facility was set up.
From that day on, work began on building an oxygen system on the campus of Firozabad District Hospital. Since then, there has been a competition between local MPs, MLAs, and other public officials to gain recognition among the common people. Interestingly, it was found that many prominent public representatives who sat in the houses and traced back to the severity of the corona infection also left no stone unturned in giving their politics oxygen through the oxygen system. Rather, no one has avoided questioning the motives of representatives of other people linked to their own party in the credit race. Especially after the active Chahal Kadami from MLA Sadar Manish Asija in the plant operations complex, MP Chandrasen Jadaun, MLA Dr. Mukesh Verma and MLA Tundla Prempal Dhangar had reached the site for information about the installation of an oxygen system. Not only that, at the last moment of take-off, the response from the oxygen system reached the corridors of Delhi. Rajya Sabha MP Anil Jain couldn’t make himself noticeable at the last minute either.
Thanks to the team spirit, the oxygen system will be ready in 11 days: Manish Asija
Sadar MLA Manish Aseja said that on May 11, 2021, construction of an oxygen generation plant at a cost of about two crore, 50 lakhs and 1000 liters per minute in the district hospital complex had started, but many obstacles had also been encountered. DM Chandra Vijay Singh and Sangeeta Aneja, Director of the Medical College, and CMS Dr. Alok Kumar who participated in the exercise to overcome these obstacles received the assistance of MLA Sadar Asija. The MLA arrived at the district hospital at two o’clock on the night of May 12 after receiving information about the machine attached to the facility. MLA Aseja then built up its camp there to the end in order to complete the work related to the construction of the plant. The MLA left no stone unturned to get this job done soon. According to Aseja herself, medical personnel were often sent to Kanpur by road bus to complete the facility, and sometimes they received the necessary goods via couriers. One time, on the night of May 14, an employee of Nem Singh, who was stationed at the district hospital, was sent to Etawah to call a truck that was bringing the machinery needed to set up an oxygen system.

Firozabad Although the oxygen system installed on Friday will provide uninterrupted oxygen to patients, this system will serve as oxygen in the policy of many public officials in the district. From the earliest phases of foundation to the launch date, everyone competed for approval of the oxygen system.

In the midst of all these exercises, MLA Sadar Manish Asija was very busy until the facility was set up.

From that day on, work began on building an oxygen system on the campus of Firozabad District Hospital. Since then, there has been a competition between local MPs, MLAs, and other public officials to gain recognition among the common people. Interestingly, it was found that many prominent public representatives who sat in the houses and traced back to the severity of the corona infection also left no stone unturned in giving their politics oxygen through the oxygen system. Rather, no one has avoided questioning the motives of representatives of other people linked to their own party in the credit race. Especially after the active Chahal Kadami from MLA Sadar Manish Asija in the plant operations complex, MP Chandrasen Jadaun, MLA Dr. Mukesh Verma and MLA Tundla Prempal Dhangar had reached the site for information about the installation of an oxygen system. Not only that, at the last moment of take-off, the response from the oxygen system reached the corridors of Delhi. Rajya Sabha MP Anil Jain couldn’t make himself noticeable at the last minute either.

Thanks to the team spirit, the oxygen system will be ready in 11 days: Manish Asija

Sadar MLA Manish Aseja said that on May 11, 2021, construction of an oxygen generation plant at a cost of around two crore, 50 lakhs and 1000 liters per minute in the district hospital complex began, but many obstacles had also occurred. DM Chandra Vijay Singh and Sangeeta Aneja, Director of the Medical College, and CMS Dr. Alok Kumar who participated in the exercise to overcome these obstacles received the assistance of MLA Sadar Asija. The MLA arrived at the district hospital at two o’clock on the night of May 12 after receiving information about the machine attached to the facility. MLA Aseja then built up its camp there to the end in order to complete the work related to the construction of the plant. The MLA left no stone unturned to get this job done soon. According to Aseja herself, medical personnel were often sent to Kanpur by road bus to complete the facility, and sometimes they received the necessary goods via couriers. One time, on the night of May 14, an employee of Nem Singh, who was stationed at the district hospital, was sent to Etawah to call a truck that was bringing the machinery needed to set up an oxygen system.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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