New Delhi: The committee constituted by the Supreme Court has said that when the corona epidemic was at its peak, the Kejriwal government increased the demand for oxygen in Delhi four times more than the requirement. The report said that the oxygen requirement was only 289 metric tonnes, but the Kejriwal government demanded four times more oxygen, 1140 metric tonnes. Now the Kejriwal government is under question. BJP leaders are constantly attacking Arvind Kejriwal.
BJP leaders are asking Kejriwal to apologize. BJP MP Gautam Gambhir said that if Arvind Kejriwal is ashamed, then immediately hold a press conference and apologize to the country for telling the need of oxygen four times. BJP spokesperson Praveen Shankar Kapoor also said, “Arvind Kejriwal should apologize to the countrymen for disrupting oxygen supply across the country by making false noises on Delhi’s oxygen requirement.”
The committee clearly stated that the demand @CMODelhi It is doing 4 times more than consumption.
Consumption 289 MT
Demand – 976MT
That’s why Oxygen Oxygen was turned off when it came to the audit. pic.twitter.com/DqlEkDiLpq
— Harish Khurana (@HarishKhuranna) June 25, 2021
At the same time, BJP spokesperson Harish Khurana said, “The dirty game of oxygen played by Arvind Kejriwal during the Kovid period was exposed by the expert committee of the court today. The committee clearly said that the demand which is being made by the Chief Minister of Delhi is 4 percent from consumption.” times more. That’s why when it came to audit, oxygen-oxygen was stopped.
what is the whole matter
On May 8, the Supreme Court had formed a 12-member task force to improve the oxygen distribution system in the country. A separate sub-group was created for Delhi. It has AIIMS Director Randeep Guleria, Max Healthcare’s Sandeep Budhiraja along with 1-1 senior IAS officers from the Center and Delhi. The Petroleum and Oxygen Safety Organization (PESO) told this committee that Delhi had surplus oxygen. Which other states could get. The continuous excess supply to Delhi could have led to a national crisis.
According to the committee constituted for Oxygen Audit, the demand for oxygen placed by Delhi between April 25 and May 10 can be up to 4 times more than the actual requirement. Whereas the Supreme Court had ordered the Center to supply 700 metric tons to Delhi daily. During the arguments in the court, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, the counsel for the Center, had also said that Delhi needs a maximum of 415 metric tons.
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