Bhartiu Air Force has brought nine cryogenic tankers of oxygen from Dubai and Singapore. Apart from this, the Air Force’s C-17 aircraft brought two cryogenic tankers from Indore to Jamnagar, two tankers from Jodhpur to Udaipur, and two tankers from Hindon to Ranchi on Tuesday, the statement said.
New Delhi. Indian Air Force (IAF) has airlifted nine cryogenic oxygen tankers from Dubai and Singapore to the Panagarh airport in West Bengal. The official statement released on Wednesday said that these tankers were brought to Tuesday. Apart from this, the Air Force’s C-17 aircraft brought two cryogenic tankers from Indore to Jamnagar, two tankers from Jodhpur to Udaipur, and two tankers from Hindon to Ranchi on Tuesday, the statement said.
According to the statement, “Indian Air Force C-17 aircraft brought six cryogenic oxygen tankers from Dubai to Panagarh airport. Some other C-17 aircraft landed three oxygen tankers from Singapore to Panagarh airport. “It was reported that the Air Force transported eight cryogenic oxygen tankers from Hyderabad to Bhubaneswar, two tankers to Bhopal to Ranchi and two to Chandigarh to Ranchi. India is facing a second wave of corona virus infection and hospitals in many states are suffering from a shortage of medical oxygen and beds due to the continuous increase of Kovid-19 cases. The Indian Air Force is carrying oxygen carrier empty tankers and container airways from various centers for quick delivery of essential medical oxygen for treatment of Kovid-19 patients.
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