Relief: Industrial plant factories will receive oxygen from today, work will begin

Moradabad The oxygen supply to industrial facilities and factories was halted as the outbreak of the second wave of corona infection increased. For this reason, work in the factories ceased from April 15th. In this context, the export organizations had asked the government to start supplying oxygen. On Sunday, the government lifted the ban on the oxygen supply to industrial plants. The oxygen supply to industrial plants and factories will resume from Monday.
The supply of oxygen to industrial facilities was banned from April 15 due to the increasing number of corona infections and the ongoing lack of oxygen in the district. The demand for industrial oxygen was boosted by the city’s export associations as the pace of the corona transition slowed. Vishal Aggarwal, chairman of the Young Enterprise Society (YES), Awadhesh Agarwal, general secretary of the Moradabad Handicrafts Exporters Association, Satpal, secretary of the Handicraft Exporters Association, Naheedur Rahman, president of the MHEA, exporter Neeraj Khanna, announced that the district judge had sent them all the factories by Monday by phone. It was informed that the oxygen supply had started. He has asked the exporters to contact the oxygen suppliers concerned.
Work was stopped in 15 hundred units and factories
There are more than 1500 large industrial plants in the district. That being said, there are hundreds of small factories that also cut and grind brass, aluminum, copper and steel. Oxygen is also needed to add and cut products. In such a situation, no factory or industrial plant can operate without oxygen. The use of oxygen was banned from April 15 in industrial plants and factories in the district. Oxygen bottles were also collected from all units. This led to the shutdown of almost all industrial plants. About one lakh worker and other workers sat empty. At the same time, fear of their cancellation bothered exporters separately, as no orders were received from abroad. Now work begins with the oxygen supply.
Exporters said oxygen supplies will breathe life into the industry
Satpal, secretary of the Handicraft Exporters Association, said factories and small factories had stopped working due to the cessation of welding due to an oxygen ban. If oxygen is found now, industries will be brought back to life. MHE President Naveedurrahman says the government immediately heeded the organization’s request. Immediate oxygen was very important for industrial development. Yes, Chairman Vishal Aggarwal said exporters will be able to contact their agency and ask for oxygen from Monday.
Rajya Sabha member plays a key role in restoring oxygen: Awadhesh
MHE General Secretary Awadhesh Aggarwal said MP Zafar Islam from Rajya Sabha had played an important role in restoring the oxygen supply to the factories. The association thanks them.
The government has lifted the ban on the use of oxygen in all industrial plants and factories. All exporter associations were informed of the start of the oxygen supply in factories from Monday. 30 percent of the district’s supply will go to oxygen factories.
Rakesh Kumar Singh, District Judge

Moradabad The oxygen supply to industrial facilities and factories was halted as the outbreak of the second wave of corona infection increased. For this reason, work in the factories ceased from April 15th. In this context, the export organizations had asked the government to start supplying oxygen. On Sunday, the government lifted the ban on the oxygen supply to industrial plants. The oxygen supply to industrial plants and factories will resume from Monday.

The supply of oxygen to industrial facilities was banned from April 15 due to the increasing number of corona infections and the ongoing lack of oxygen in the district. The demand for industrial oxygen was boosted by the city’s export associations as the pace of the corona transition slowed. Vishal Aggarwal, chairman of the Young Enterprise Society (YES), Awadhesh Agarwal, general secretary of the Moradabad Handicrafts Exporters Association, Satpal, secretary of the Handicraft Exporters Association, Naheedur Rahman, president of the MHEA, exporter Neeraj Khanna, announced that the district judge had sent them all the factories by Monday by phone. It was informed that the oxygen supply had started. He has asked the exporters to contact the oxygen suppliers concerned.

Work was stopped in 15 hundred units and factories

There are more than 1500 large industrial plants in the district. That being said, there are hundreds of small factories that also cut and grind brass, aluminum, copper and steel. Oxygen is also needed to add and cut products. In such a situation, no factory or industrial plant can operate without oxygen. The use of oxygen was banned from April 15 in industrial plants and factories in the district. Oxygen bottles were also collected from all units. This led to the shutdown of almost all industrial plants. About one lakh worker and other workers sat empty. At the same time, fear of their cancellation bothered exporters separately, as no orders were received from abroad. Now the supply begins with the supply of oxygen.

Exporters said oxygen supplies will breathe life into the industry

Satpal, secretary of the Handicraft Exporters Association, said factories and small factories had stopped working due to the cessation of welding due to an oxygen ban. If oxygen is found now, industries will be brought back to life. MHE President Naveedurrahman says the government immediately heeded the organization’s request. Immediate oxygen was very important for industrial development. Yes, Chairman Vishal Aggarwal said exporters will be able to contact their agency and ask for oxygen from Monday.

Rajya Sabha member plays a key role in restoring oxygen: Awadhesh

MHE General Secretary Awadhesh Aggarwal said MP Zafar Islam from Rajya Sabha had played an important role in restoring the oxygen supply to the factories. The association thanks them.

The government has lifted the ban on the use of oxygen in all industrial plants and factories. All exporter associations were informed of the start of the oxygen supply in factories from Monday. 30 percent of the district’s supply will go to oxygen factories.

Rakesh Kumar Singh, District Judge

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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