May 218 Order to supply tons of oxygen

Aurangabad: The Aurangabad bench has directed the principal secretary of the medical education department and officials in charge of the food and drug department to ensure that the daily supply of 218 metric tonnes of oxygen to the Aurangabad division is met within the next 48 hours. Information regarding oxygen in the department was given to the bench by the Divisional Commissioner Sunil Kendrakar in person.

Transportation from Jamnagar in Gujarat can sometimes be a problem while providing information on oxygen requirement and supply, so correspondence with Food and Drug Administration has been made frequently to supply as per demand, but its supply is not as per demand. The administration had said that relief could be obtained. Confirming it, Aurangabad division 218 May. Tons of oxygen should be supplied. The Aurangabad Bench of the Bombay High Court directed that the matter should be settled as a matter of priority and adequate supply should be provided within 48 hours. Ravindra Ghuge and Justice. B. U.S. Debadwar on Wednesday.

He also appealed for information on whether it is possible to bring critically ill patients from rural areas to the city as many government vehicles are not being used. The issue of non-availability of ambulances for transporting critically ill patients from rural areas to urban hospitals has been raised. Santosh Chapalgaonkar pointed it out to the bench. He said it was time to bring the critically ill patients to the city hospital by bullock cart. The bench directed the Chief Public Prosecutor to inquire whether the vehicles could be used to transport patients to the hospital as many government vehicles were not being used.

Meanwhile, the bench directed the police to enlist the help of SRP and Home Guard for strict adherence to the rules, citing reports of rampant lockout violations in Shahganj and City Chowk areas of the city.


The bench had on Thursday directed Assistant Commissioner of Police (Transport) Suresh Wankhede to file a statement in the court seeking contempt of court action against him or ordering an internal inquiry into the matter. On Thursday, Wankhede submitted an apology and asked the court to voluntarily pay Rs 21,000 for the facilities of Kovid Center. On behalf of the government d. R. Kale moved the side.

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