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Government should give priority to oxygen, import if needed- Mayawati

He further wrote that there is an appeal to the people of the country that whatever strictness and government guidelines are being given by the state governments under the measures to prevent the corona epidemic so that the corona outbreak can be prevented, the people also take their responsibility Play to

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Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati has expressed concern over the lack of oxygen in various states. In view of this, he appealed to the Central Government that in view of the acute shortage of oxygen for treatment in corona vaccines and hospitals in various states of the country, the Central Government is requested to give special attention on a priority basis to ensure their supply. . Mayawati wrote through a tweet that in view of the acute shortage of oxygen for treatment in hospitals, corona vaccines in various states of the country, the Central Government is requested to pay special attention on priority basis to ensure their supply. Said that if there is a need to import for this, then import should also be done.

‘People should take responsibility

He further wrote that there is an appeal to the people of the country that whatever strictness and government guidelines are being given by the state governments under the measures to prevent the corona epidemic so that the corona outbreak can be prevented, the people also take their responsibility Play to

Government should consider regarding the age limit of vaccine- Mayawati

The BSP chief said that the corona virus has now started catching young people as well, which is becoming a matter of great concern. Therefore, regarding the age limit in relation to the corona vaccine, the central government must now reconsider as soon as possible.

At the same time, in view of the growing case from Corona in Lucknow, other business organizations, except medical services, have decided that they will close their business till Wednesday. Hazratganj Traders Association has decided to keep the market closed till 22 April. Some markets will remain closed till Tuesday.

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