Sambit Patra : After SC panel’s report on oxygen, BJP targeted Delhi government, Sambit Patra said Kejriwal was lying. The panel’s report states that 1140 metric tonnes of oxygen was demand by the Delhi government but at that time Delhi need only 289 metric tonnes of oxygen.
The Bharatiya Janata Party has targeted the Arvind Kejriwal government of Delhi after the report of the panel constituted by the Supreme Court to audit oxygen after the oxygen crisis that arose in hospitals in Delhi during May. The truth has finally come out after the Supreme Court panel report by BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra and Arvind Kejriwal was continuously lying about oxygen.
Sambit Patra said, “The truth has finally come out,
The Supreme Court panel has said that Arvind Kejriwal increased the oxygen requirement by 4 times during the peak. 12 states could have affected because of this, so friends, Kejriwal was lying continuously.”
Due to this demand of Delhi, there was a shortage of oxygen in about 12 states.
After the report of the panel constitute by the Supreme Court to audit oxygen, the Kejriwal government of Delhi has accused of asking for four times more oxygen than require. The panel’s report said that 1140 metric tonnes of oxygen was demand by the Delhi government but at that time Delhi need only 289 metric tonnes of oxygen. It has been claimed in the report that due to this demand of Delhi, there was a shortage of oxygen in about 12 states.
The panel’s report states that 1140 MT of oxygen was demand by the Delhi government
During the end of April and May, when the cases of corona were increasing continuously in the country and the number of corona patients was increasing continuously in hospitals across the country including Delhi, then there was a strong increase in the demand of oxygen for the patients. the Delhi government had accuse the central government that the center was not supplying them oxygen as per their requirement.
At that time, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia used to say in frequent press conferences that there is a need for more oxygen in Delhi. At that time there was a hearing on this issue in the Supreme Court and the court had also asked to increase the supply. But along with the court had also asked for the formation of a panel regarding the supply of oxygen and that panel has now audited its report. In which it has said that the amount of oxygen the Delhi government was asking for was not need.