The lack of health services has been felt all over the world in the Corona crisis. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has understood this very well and has made efforts to expand health services with full dedication. In this episode, he has sanctioned oxygen plants on a large scale for the entire country by setting up PM Care Fund. The views of this effect were expressed by the Union Minister of Agriculture, Panchayati Raj and Rural Development, Narendra Singh Tomar in the inauguration program of Oxygen Plant in JAH campus. This plant has been constructed by UPL Company on the initiative of Union Minister Tomar near Trauma Center in JAH campus.
Union Minister Tomar, MP Vivek Narayan Shejwalkar, State Energy Minister Pradyuman Singh Tomar, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Horticulture and Food Processing Bharat Singh Kushwaha and other public representatives duly inaugurated this oxygen plant by cutting the ribbon. With the completion of this oxygen plant, availability of oxygen will be ensured on more than 300 beds.
Addressing the program, Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that with the joint efforts of PM Care Fund and the State Government, oxygen plants are being set up in all the eight districts of Gwalior and Chambal divisions as a campaign. He said that during the Corona crisis, companies like UPL are also working for the welfare of humanity by supporting the establishment of oxygen plant. Tomar said that 16 oxygen plants are being set up by this company across the country. Out of which three plants have been installed in Gwalior, Ashoknagar and Indore of Madhya Pradesh.
Union Minister Tomar appreciated the treatment of patients done with service in government hospitals during the Corona crisis. And thanked the doctors and paramedical staff.
In the program, BJP District President Mr. Kamal Makhijani and Mr. Rakesh Jadoun, other public representatives, Divisional Commissioner Mr. Ashish Saxena, Collector Mr. Kaushalendra Vikram Singh and UPL company official Dr. O. Tyagi, Dr. Sameer Gupta, Dean of Medical College and Dr. RKS Dhakad, Superintendent of JAH and other concerned officials were present.


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