Oxygen Express – Oxygen Express with car in Jhansi

Jhansi In order to overcome the oxygen shortage in the whole country, the Oxygen Express, operated by the railways, travels with cars prepared in Jhansi. The Jhansi division has sent four flat car racks with 106 cars for the express to transport oxygen from various states in the country. Vinay Kumar Tripathi, General Manager of the North Central Railway, verified this via video conference on Monday. At the same time, the officers were asked to work on the alert.
The manager said every railroad worker and his family in need must help with the epidemic. The North Central Railway also plays an important role in providing oxygen through the Oxygen Express operated by Indian Railways. So far, 04 flat wagon racks with a total of 106 wagons have been prepared in Jhansi and sent to various locations in the country. Of these, a frame with 10 cars was sent to Lucknow, a frame with 32 cars to Tatanagar, a frame with 32 cars to Panagarh and a frame with 32 cars to Bhopal. They are used to quickly transport empty and full oxygen tanks.
He said the Oxygen Express train ran non-stop on the Green Corridor lines. Therefore, extreme caution is required. Train operations were also discussed during the meeting. The managing director emphasized that safe and efficient rail operations should be carried out. The Director General also discussed in the next phase the completion of the vaccination of eligible personnel and the vaccination of eligible personnel and their families under 45 years of age. Additional officials, including additional general manager Ranjan Yadav, DRM Sandeep Mathur, and others, were present on the occasion.
Oxygen express stop in Jhansi
Jhansi The Oxygen Express with four oxygen tankers from Raigad in Chhattisgarh was stopped at Jhansi station. During the shutdown, the status of the train was checked and after 10 minutes it was brought to Cantt Station in New Delhi. During this time there were strict security measures at the station.

Jhansi In order to overcome the oxygen shortage in the whole country, the Oxygen Express, operated by the railways, travels with cars prepared in Jhansi. The Jhansi division has sent four flat car racks with 106 cars for the express to transport oxygen from various states in the country. Vinay Kumar Tripathi, General Manager of the North Central Railway, verified this via video conference on Monday. At the same time, the officers were asked to work on the alert.

The manager said every railroad worker and his family in need must help with the epidemic. The North Central Railway also plays an important role in providing oxygen through the Oxygen Express operated by Indian Railways. So far, shelves with 04 flat wagons with a total of 106 wagons have been prepared in Jhansi and sent to various locations in the country. Of these, a frame with 10 cars was sent to Lucknow, a frame with 32 cars to Tatanagar, a frame with 32 cars to Panagarh and a frame with 32 cars to Bhopal. They are used to quickly transport empty and full oxygen tanks.

He said the Oxygen Express train ran non-stop on the Green Corridor lines. Therefore, extreme caution is required. Train operations were also discussed during the meeting. The managing director emphasized that safe and efficient rail operations should be carried out. The Director General also discussed in the next phase the completion of the vaccination of the eligible personnel and the vaccination of the eligible personnel and their families under 45 years of age. Additional officials, including additional general manager Ranjan Yadav, DRM Sandeep Mathur, and others, were present on the occasion.

Oxygen express stop in Jhansi

Jhansi The Oxygen Express with four oxygen tankers from Raigad in Chhattisgarh was stopped at Jhansi station. During the shutdown, the status of the train was checked and after 10 minutes it was brought to Cantt Station in New Delhi. During this time there were strict security measures at the station.

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