New Delhi: A new controversy has arisen between the BJP and the Delhi government over the report of the Oxygen Audit Committee. The BJP is claiming, quoting the report of this committee, that during the crisis of the second wave of Corona, the Delhi government has given oxygen requirements four times more. Now Randeep Guleria, the Chief of AIIMS and the head of the Oxygen Audit Committee, has spoken on this matter.
Talking to an English news channel, Dr. Guleria said, “The final report has not come yet. I don’t think we can say that the demand for oxygen was inflated by 4 times. The matter is in the Supreme Court. We should wait and see what the Supreme Court has to say about this.”
BJP slams Kejriwal over oxygen audit report
The BJP on Friday alleged that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had demanded four times the oxygen requirement in the capital Delhi during the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic and that his “lies” had led to the supply of life-saving oxygen in at least 12 states. was interrupted. Referring to the report of a committee set up by the Supreme Court to audit oxygen in Delhi, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra said that the Chief Minister not only committed a heinous crime by lying four times but also committed criminal negligence.
On the other hand, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia dismissed the allegations of BJP saying that there is no such report. He also countered that the alleged report was prepared at the BJP headquarters. Patra, citing the report, said that during the second wave when the cases of infection were at the peak, the Delhi government had demanded 1140 metric tonnes of oxygen while it could not even use 209 metric tonnes.
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