Oxygen crisis in Delhi is not solved: Arvind Kejriwal 

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said that a number of hospitals in the State are facing a shortage of oxygen. Speaking to the media on Saturday afternoon, Kejriwal said that there is a major crisis of oxygen in Delhi. “SOS is coming from all hospitals,” he said.

The CM added that the state government has spoken in courts and written to the Centre that Delhi requires 976 tons of oxygen on a daily basis. He claimed that the Centre has allotted only 490 tons of oxygen. 

He requested the Centre to provide oxygen to Delhi. 

Delhi sources is oxygen mostly from oxygen plants in Eastern India. Logistics continues to be a major issue. 

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