As many as 18 strain swing adsorption (PSA) oxygen vegetation in Gujarat had been inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi Thursday at a digital occasion from Rishikesh.
During the occasion, Modi inaugurated 35 PSA vegetation established below the PM-CARES Fund throughout states and union territories.
The newly inaugurated oxygen vegetation in Gujarat embrace these in Bharuch, Patan, Palanpur, Tharad, Khedbrahma, Bhiloda, Mansa, Vadnagar, Godhra, Santrampur, Garudeshwar, New Civil Hospital- Surat, SMIMER Hospital-Surat, Sola Civil and Gandhidham.
The newly established PSA oxygen vegetation at Rajpipla, Zhalod and Morbi by the Gujarat CSR Authority had been additionally inaugurated by the Prime Minister.
Modi inaugurated a PSA oxygen plant with a capability of 4.68 metric tonnes at Surat Civil hospital, and one other oxygen plant with a capability of 1.87 metric tons at Surat Municipal Corporation-run SMIMER hospital and one at Bharuch Civil Hospital with a capability of 1.87 metric tonnes at the price of Rs 1.05 crore from the PM-CARES Fund.
On the event of inauguration of PSA Oxygen Plant of Bharuch Civil Hospital, Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel stated that the Prime Minister has donated the oxygen vegetation “for the health and well-being of the citizens of Gujarat”.
“These plants will be beneficial for the patients during the possible third wave of Covid-19 and even during normal days”, he stated.
A state-level program on this regard was organized by the Department of Health and Family Welfare at Pandit Omkarnath Thakur Hall in Bharuch below the chairmanship of the Chief Minister.
State BJP president CR Paatil, accompanied by Minister of State for Urban Housing and BJP MLA from Katargam Vinodbhai Moradiya remained current on the New Civil Hospital in Surat for the digital inauguration of PSA Oxygen plant. On the sidelines of the occasion at Surat, Moradiya stated, “I appreciate, the work done by doctors, nursing staff and class four grade employees of New Civil Hospital, who worked tirelessly during the pandemic and saved lives.”