Bhubaneswar: A complete of 1469 tankers/containers carrying 27088.928 MT medical oxygen have been escorted so removed from Rourkela, Jajpur, Dhenkanal and Angul districts of Odisha by Odisha Police.
As many as 125 tankers have been dispatched from Angul with 2036.562 MT, 335 from Dhenkanal with 5558.12 MT, 292 from Jajpur with 5976.139 MT and 717 from Rourkela with 13518.107 MT.
Additional, 436 tankers with 8548.096 MT of oxygen have been despatched to Andhra Pradesh, 374 tankers with 6610.309 MT of oxygen have been despatched to Telangana. Tamilnadu acquired 194 tankers full of 3472.848 MT of medical oxygen.
Equally, Haryana acquired 182 tankers full of 3331.793 of oxygen. 41 tankers with 660.051 MT of oxygen have been despatched to Maharashtra, whereas 667.231 MT of oxygen-filled in 41 tankers have left for Chhattisgarh.
As many as 67 tankers have carried about 1297.662 MT of oxygen to Uttar-Pradesh and 67 nos of tankers with 1182.6 MT of oxygen have been despatched to Madhya Pradesh. 22 tankers with 410.24 MT of oxygen have been despatched to Delhi to date.4 tankers 107.89 MT have been despatched to Punjab, 12 tankers with 235.19 MT despatched to Karnataka.
3 tankers with 66.14 MT have been despatched to Bihar, 2 tankers with 25. 29 MT despatched to Chandigarh, 21 tankers with 405.068 MT despatched to Kerala, one tanker with 29.1 MT despatched to West Bengal and two tankers with 39.42 MT oxygen have been despatched to Rajasthan within the final 44 days.
Based mostly on the directive of Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, a Particular Cell was shaped beneath Y Ok Jethwa, ADG (L&O) because the Nodal Officer for coordinated motion for loading and transportation of medical oxygen by Odisha to States going through deficit. A Devoted Hall has been arrange with round the clock monitoring. District SPs/DCPs and Vary DIG/IG/CP are supervising the motion personally inside their jurisdictions.
Odisha Police is dedicated to make sure that there isn’t any delay in loading and transporting in order to promptly serve 1000’s of needy sufferers in UP, MP, Haryana, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telengana, Tamilnadu, Punjab, Delhi and different needy states.
“We’ll do our utmost for immediate service to help the needy states,” stated the State Police in a press launch.