Oxygen cylinders distributed by the collector, discharge – Collected oxygen cylinders, discharge

Oxygen bottles distributed by the collector, relief
Saharanpur The practice of providing oxygen bottles for home isolation patients has brought relief to their families. Because of this, you don’t have to hike here and there. Oxygen cylinders are only available from the Collectorate with approval from the City Magistrate Office. From half past two on Thursday, 43 cylinders were handed in from there.
Family members of patients came to collect in the morning to get permission to get oxygen bottles. Many of them did not bring complete papers with them. Because of this, they had to get the required paper through someone. In the meantime, a vehicle filled with oxygen bottles has also reached the Collectorate. The city magistrate Suresh Kumar Soni said the patients’ families were given oxygen bottles until 2:30 p.m. to 4:43 p.m. He said that the patient’s relatives must bring the Aadhar card, the form of the doctor, in which the patient was told that oxygen was needed.
The patients’ family members reached out for permission
Babar, who is waiting for his turn to get permission to take oxygen bottles for his sick brother from Sheikhpura Kadim village, said the agreement has been facilitated. He says that first the collective had to come for the cylinder’s permission. Then another place for oxygen. The agreement in one place has benefited.
Nadeem, who first arrived at the city’s magistrate office to get oxygen bottles from Mohalla Khatkhedi for his relative, said he escaped the runaway. This system is perfect when everyone in need receives oxygen bottles immediately.
Sardar Indrajit Singh, a resident of the village of Nanhera Bed Begampur, reached the city magistrate’s office with an old doctor’s letter to get permission to use oxygen bottles for his wife. So he was asked to bring a new form of doctor. He says his wife has been dependent on oxygen bottles for a long time. He later sent a family member to bring a new doctor’s form.
Tayyab, who lives in Ambehata Pir, who took oxygen bottles for his mother, was very tense. They say they have no problem getting oxygen bottles, but they are waiting for their turn to get permission.

Oxygen bottles distributed by the collector, relief

Saharanpur The practice of providing oxygen bottles for home isolation patients has brought relief to their families. Because of this, you don’t have to hike here and there. Oxygen cylinders are only available from the Collectorate with approval from the City Magistrate Office. From half past two on Thursday, 43 cylinders were handed in from there.

Family members of patients came to collect in the morning to get permission to get oxygen bottles. Many of them did not bring complete papers with them. Because of this, they had to get the required paper through someone. In the meantime, a vehicle filled with oxygen bottles has also reached the Collectorate. The city magistrate Suresh Kumar Soni said the patients’ families were given oxygen bottles until 2:30 p.m. to 4:43 p.m. He said that the patient’s relatives must bring the Aadhar card, the form of the doctor, in which the patient was told that oxygen was needed.

The patients’ family members reached out for permission

Babar, who is waiting for his turn to get permission to take oxygen bottles for his sick brother from Sheikhpura Kadim village, said the agreement has been facilitated. He says that first the collective had to come for the cylinder’s permission. Then another place for oxygen. The agreement in one place has benefited.

Nadeem, who first arrived at the city’s magistrate office to get oxygen bottles from Mohalla Khatkhedi for his relative, said he escaped the runaway. This system is perfect when everyone in need receives oxygen bottles immediately.

Sardar Indrajit Singh, a resident of the village of Nanhera Bed Begampur, reached the city magistrate’s office with an old doctor’s letter to get permission to use oxygen bottles for his wife. So he was asked to bring a new form of doctor. He says his wife has been dependent on oxygen bottles for a long time. He later sent a family member to bring a new doctor’s form.

Tayyab, who lives in Ambehata Pir, who took oxygen bottles for his mother, was very tense. They say they have no problem getting oxygen bottles, but they are waiting for their turn to get permission.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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