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Corona epidemic: Indian MP writes letter to Modi to accept Pakistan's offer

Corona epidemic: Indian MP writes a letter to Modi to accept Pakistan's offer

New Delhi: Lok Sabha member Garjit Singh Aujla has written a formal letter to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to accept Pakistan's offer of assistance to India in dealing with Corona.

Corona epidemic: Indian MP writes letter to Modi to accept Pakistan's offer

Congress MP from Amritsar Garjit Singh Aujla has made demand to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to accept Pakistan's offer and set up an oxygen Corridor at the Wagah border. In his  letter to  PM Narendra Modi, Gurjit Singh made a demand that an oxygen corridor be established at the Wagah Border in view of the shortage of oxygen in hospitals in Amritsar and Punjab, which would lead to Gowardaspor, Pathankot, Bhittanda, Jalandhar in Indian Punjab. Immediate supply of oxygen will be ensured in Tarn Taran and other districts.

The Indian MP said that at a time when India's hospitals were facing shortages of liquid oxygen, ventilators, B-pops, oxygenators and other related equipment. The government of Pakistan and the head of the Edhi Foundation, Faisal Edhi, have also offered assistance to India in tackling the Corona crisis.

I on the behalf of Amritsar Parliament, which is on the international border, Indian MP Gurjit Singh wrote in his letter. Its nearest plant of oxygen  (Panipat) is 350 km away while it is only 50 km away from Lahore city. He wrote that the daily requirement of oxygen in public and private hospitals of Amritsar is 30 tons while the quota allotted to Punjab is very low. The oxygen reserves in Amritsar have already been depleted and the supply is also reliable. do not have.

In the current situation, I urge you to accept all offers of assistance and make all arrangements for the purchase of oxygen from Pakistan and its supply from the Wagah Attari border," Gurjit Singh wrote. I am well aware of the current political and diplomatic situation, but in the midst of Covid-19 pandemic, all nations must work together to defeat this enemy (epidemic)," the Congressman said.

On the other hand, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) described the situation in India caused by the coronavirus as "extremely distressing" and said that they were trying to help India in every possible way.

It should be noted that the number of people infected with Corona in India has exceeded 1,76,250,000 and 1,97,880 people have lost their lives.



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