Indian Railways' 'Oxygen Express' reached MP's Bhopal from Bokaro in Jharkhand. The train carried six tankers with approximately 64 tonnes of Liquid Medical Oxygen. As per Railways, three tankers to be unloaded at Sagar, two at Bhopal and one Jabalpur. The 'Oxygen Express' had left for its destination on Tuesday at 5:30 am from Bokaro. Oxygen express trains are being run to transport liquid medical oxygen and cylinders. Roll-on-roll-off trucks are being transported on flat wagons by trains for quick supply. So far, 'Oxygen Express' has delivered nearly 450 tonnes of oxygen to various states.
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The 'Oxygen Express', carrying medical oxygen from Bokaro reached MP's Jabalpur on morning of April 28. The requirement of oxygen has soared in the country due to COVID situation and in view of this, Railways is running 'Oxygen Express' trains to meet the demand.
The 'Oxygen Express', carrying 6 Oxygen tankers, from Jharkhand's Bokaro arrived at Mandideep railway station in Bhopal on Apr 28. Two tankers unloaded at Mandideep and rest of them were sent to Sagar and Jabalpur. The requirement of oxygen has soared in the country due to COVID situation and in view of this, Railways is running 'Oxygen Express' trains to meet the demand.
A 1,000-bed hospital is being built for COVID patients in Madhya Pradesh's Sagar district which will start functioning from the end of this month. According to District Collector Deepak Singh construction work of the hospital in full swing and the hospital will be completed within the next three weeks. "This month, a target has been set to commission the 1,000 bed hospital. The work is going on very fast. Hopefully, in the next two weeks, we will complete the civil work. We will start the hospital by making arrangements in the next one week."
Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chouhan on May 09 informed Moil company will set up 350 (oxygen) bedded COVID care centre in the state at different locations, amid acute shortage across the country in wake of COVID second wave. "State govt and Centre govt are fighting together against COVID-19. Moil to set up 350 (oxygen) bedded COVID care centre in MP at different locations. They will also be providing us 350 oxygen concentrators and 50 ventilators," CM said to ANI.
The Post Office must “do the right thing” and provide compensation to former subpostmasters wrongly convicted of offences, their solicitor has said.Hundreds of subpostmasters were prosecuted for theft, fraud and false accounting because of the Post Office’s defective Horizon accounting system, which had “bugs, defects and errors” from the very outset.But on Friday, 39 former subpostmasters who were convicted and even jailed based on Horizon data had their convictions overturned by the Court of Appeal.Neil Hudgell, who represented 29 of those who were cleared, said the scandal was “probably the biggest miscarriage of justice in UK legal history” in terms of the number of people affected and its duration.He told BBC Breakfast on Saturday: “The next step is to some extent to cushion the blow, is to seek appropriate compensation.“Some of these folk haven’t worked since and have clearly suffered.“You’ve got to remember these are ordinary, hard-working folk who were never going to earn a king’s ransom.“They were going out to earn a living, serve the community and their lives have been ruined.“So now is the time to do the right thing and come to the table and help to cushion that blow, and alongside that, for the Government to indeed put their hand up and conduct a proper inquiry with full teeth, so that there can be some accountability.”
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Delhi Police has arrested one ganja supplier Krishan Jha. Accused Krishan Kha was involved in supplying ganja in various parts of the capital.In the month of February this year, one Shashi Bhushan was arrested with the recovery of illegal ganja weighing around 8 Kg. During interrogation, accused Shashi Bhushan disclosed that he was a carrier and the recovered illegal ganja belonged to Krishan Jha and Vikas. The efforts were made to nab both of them but they evaded their arrest. Hence, Non-bailable warrant against both of them was issued by the Court. After strenuous efforts, the accused was arrested from his hide out in Najafgarh, Delhi. During sustained interrogation, Krishan Jha disclosed that Vikas supplied ganja to him. Further efforts are being made to nab the co-accused Vikas, who is still absconding.