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In accordance with India’s neighborhood policy, Indian Railways provided medical oxygen to Bangladesh during the COVID19 pandemic


In accordance with India’s neighborhood policy, Indian Railways provided medical oxygen to Bangladesh during the COVID19 pandemic


New Delhi: Keeping with India's Neighbourhood First policy, Indian Railways on Saturday introduced clinical oxygen to Bangladesh amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

External Affairs Minister (MEA) S Jaishankar is knowledgeable approximately shipping through Twitter.

"Neighbourhood First provides again. Oxygen Express from India arrives in Bangladesh," EAM Jaishankar tweeted.

Indian Railways introduced two hundred metric tonnes of liquid clinical oxygen (LMO) to Bangladesh in 10 packing containers thru the Oxygen Express for the primary time ever. "Indian Railways' Oxygen Express is about to embark on its adventure to Bangladesh.

This is the primary time ever that the Oxygen Express is positioned into operation in a neighboring country.

Today, an indent changed into positioned at Tata in Chakradharpur Division below South Eastern Railway to move two hundred MT of Liquid Medical Oxygen to Benapole, Bangladesh," the Ministry of Railways stated in a reputable statement.

The loading of two hundred metric tonnes (MT) of LMO in 10 packing containers rake has been finished at 09:25 am.

"It can be referred to that Oxygen Expresses have been beginning out through Indian Railways on April 24, 2021, to offer respite to Indian states requiring clinical oxygen.

More than 35,000 MT of LMO changed into transported to fifteen states. Around 480 Oxygen Expresses have been operationalized," it added. Oxygen Express trains have introduced greater than 30,000 metric tonnes of Liquid Medical Oxygen (LMO) to states and Union Territories up to now throughout the country.

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