Bengal CM Mamata writes to PM Modi over medical oxygen allocation
Bengal CM Mamata writes to PM Modi over medical oxygen allocation

New Delhi: Several patients have lost their lives due to oxygen shortage in the month of April-May during the global epidemic Corona virus. Now this transition is moving towards the village. Many states are extremely concerned about oxygen supply. West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee has written a letter to PM Modi on Friday in which she has spoken on the same issue.

Mamata has reminded PM Modi about the PSA (Pressure Swing Adsorption) oxygen plant and said that we were told that we would be provided with 70 PSA plants. But now it is being said that only 4 plants will go in the first phase and there is no clarity on the rest of the plants. CM Mamata further wrote, "This attitude of the Central Government is also affecting the state's plan to set up an auxiliary PSS and our funds."

Mamata Banerjee said the central government is considering supplying PSA plants to hospitals in states. Priorities are changing frequently, the attitude of implementing agencies is also changing, the quota fixed for West Bengal is also being continuously revised and reduced. Mamata Banerjee has urged the Centre to fix the quota as well as its priorities for the PSA plant as well as fair, fair and expeditive.

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