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Delhi Coronavirus: Manish Sisodia wrote a letter to Rajnath Singh, sought army help

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has written a letter to the Defense Minister demanding the Army. Manish Sisodia wrote in his letter – Make oxygen cylinders available to Delhi as much as possible.

Delhi Coronavirus: Corona has broken into havoc in the capital Delhi. Everyday hundreds are dying and thousands of people are getting infected. In such a situation, to deal with the Corona epidemic, the Kejriwal government has sought an army from the central government. In this regard, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has written a letter to the Defense Minister and demanded an army. Manish Sisodia wrote in his letter – Make oxygen cylinders available to Delhi as much as possible. Hospitals should be built on the lines of hospitals prepared by DRDO. Also Read – IPL 2021: Upcoming IPL matches to be held in Mumbai amid rising corona virus cases, BCCI gets deadline till May 7

Manish Sisodia said that the demand of oxygen in the capital Delhi is still not able to supply. He said that on Sunday, 440 metric tons of oxygen have been found in Delhi. While the quota is 590 MT. At the same time, the demand for oxygen in Delhi is almost 976 metric tons. A hearing was held today in the High Court on the issue of oxygen supply in the capital Delhi. Advocate of Delhi Government said that Manish Sisodia has invited Defense Minister Rajnath Singh to control Corona in the capital Delhi. Also Read – COVID19: Increasing positivity rate and death figures in Punjab, claims to be low in Madhya Pradesh

Please tell that yesterday, more than 400 people died in the capital Delhi. There have been more than 20 thousand infection cases in the capital in the last 24 hours. And 16,966 people have died. There are 92,290 active patients in the state. Also Read – Video: Locking down of Haryanvi ends was heavy, police did this in the morning

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