Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan virtually inaugurates oxygen plant on October 10, 2021, from his residence in Bhopal. (MP DPR)
Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on October 10, 2021, virtually inaugurated the oxygen plant set up with public cooperation at Begumganj Civil Hospital in Raisen district from his residence.
Public Health and Family Welfare Minister Dr. Prabhuram Choudhary, MP Ramakant Bhargava, MLA, and former Minister Rampal Singh were also present in the programme organised at Begumganj Civil Hospital.
The oxygen plant installed at the Civil Hospital, Begumganj in the Raisen district has a capacity of 100 LPM.
“Through this, an uninterrupted supply of oxygen in 15 beds will be possible. The cost of the oxygen plant is around Rs. 29 lakh. For this, 165 donors have provided support,” said an official statement.
Chouhan expressed gratitude to the donors for the initiative of setting up the oxygen plant.
“So far 163 oxygen plants have been set up in the state, which has ensured the production of 182 metric tonnes of oxygen. Now in the event of the arrival of the third wave of the corona, we will not have to wander anywhere for oxygen,” said the Chief Minister.
He said that Madhya Pradesh has been able to control the infection of coronavirus on the basis of the activism of disaster management committees and the people-participation model. He, however, appealed to people to be careful. (Press Release)