Rpf took responsibility for the transport of oxygen to the locomotive hospital

PDDU Nagar. RPF has assumed responsibility for transporting oxygen to the corona infected at Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Loco Mandal Hospital on the East Central Railway. Railway Protection Force personnel will build a green corridor from the oxygen facility to the hospital and deliver the bottles.
Railway workers are also infected in the second wave of Corona. The Railway Loco Divisional Hospital has received the status of a Kovid L-Two Hospital. Railway workers are treated and treated here. Oxygen cylinders are needed due to an infection in the infected person’s lungs. Large numbers of railroad workers were also kept as home isolates. While there is no oxygen starvation in the hospital, the hospital is now under pressure due to the rapid increase in the number of people infected.
In light of this, the railroad division chief Rajesh Kumar Pandey has delegated responsibility for filling medical oxygen bottles and safely transporting them to the hospital to senior division safety commissioner Ashish Mishra. Mandal Loco Hospital provides all facilities for covid-19 treatment to railway workers. Faced with the lack of oxygen, RPF commander Ashish Mishra, under the direction of the DDU inspector in charge, Sanjeev Kumar, has formed a team to refill the oxygen bottles and get them to the hospital as soon as possible. It consists of a sub-inspector and four soldiers. Mandal Loco Hospital will bring oxygen bottles by creating a green corridor on behalf of the team.
In this regard, Ashish Mishra, Senior Divisional Safety Commissioner, said efforts are being made to ensure there is no problem delivering oxygen to those in need. The team was formed in this order. The RPF team will build a green corridor from the oxygen facility to the hospital to deliver the bottles.

PDDU Nagar. RPF has assumed responsibility for transporting oxygen to the corona infected at Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Loco Mandal Hospital on the East Central Railway. Railway Protection Force personnel will build a green corridor from the oxygen facility to the hospital and deliver the bottles.

Railway workers are also infected in the second wave of Corona. The Railway Loco Divisional Hospital has received the status of a Kovid L-Two Hospital. Railway workers are treated and treated here. Oxygen cylinders are needed due to an infection in the infected person’s lungs. Large numbers of railroad workers were also kept as home isolates. While there is no oxygen starvation in the hospital, the hospital is now under pressure due to the rapid increase in the number of people infected.

In light of this, Rajesh Kumar Pandey, Head of the Railroad Division, has delegated responsibility for filling medical oxygen bottles and safely transporting them to the hospital to the Division’s Chief Safety Officer, Ashish Mishra. Mandal Loco Hospital provides all facilities for covid-19 treatment to railway workers. Faced with the lack of oxygen, the RPF commander Ashish Mishra, under the direction of the DDU inspector in charge, Sanjeev Kumar, has formed a team to refill the oxygen bottles and bring them to the hospital as soon as possible. It consists of a sub-inspector and four soldiers. Mandal Loco Hospital will bring oxygen bottles by creating a green corridor on behalf of the team.

In this regard, Ashish Mishra, Senior Divisional Safety Commissioner, said efforts are being made to ensure there is no problem delivering oxygen to those in need. The team was formed in this order. The RPF team will build a green corridor from the oxygen facility to the hospital to deliver the bottles.

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