In the midst of the critical situation of the Kovid-19 in the country, four cryogenic (capable of maintaining low temperatures) tankers are being airlifted from Singapore to deliver oxygen to various parts of the country.
New Delhi. In the midst of the critical situation of the Kovid-19 in the country, four cryogenic (capable of maintaining low temperatures) tankers are being airlifted from Singapore to deliver oxygen to various parts of the country. A Home Ministry official said that four empty tanks are being brought from a cargo plane of the Indian Air Force. The Air Force’s C-17 aircraft took off from Hindon Airport on the outskirts of Delhi to Changi Airport in Singapore on Saturday morning.
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Another official said that after loading the tanks, the aircraft would land at the Panagarh airport in West Bengal this evening. On Friday, the Union Home Ministry said it was in talks to import high-capacity oxygen tankers from Singapore and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The move was taken after Union Home Minister Amit Shah reviewed the corona virus situation in the country.
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