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PM Modi held a big meeting
Air Force operations are underway across the country against the Corona crisis
The second wave of corona virus in India is becoming deadly
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday held a meeting with Air Force chief RKS Bhadoria amid chaos in the second wave of Corona virus in the country. At the meeting, the President of the Air Force gave an overview of the operation being carried out by the Air Force against the Corona crisis.
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According to information provided by the Prime Minister’s Office, Bhadoria told PM Modi that the Air Force was operating its own heavy lift aircraft for the Corona virus campaign and ordered the operation to continue for 24 hours. All Air Force operations will continue uninterrupted for seven days a week.
Took stock of the ongoing efforts by the Indian Air Force to mitigate the COVID-19 situation.
IAF is focussing on various aspects of COVID relief work, which is helping many citizens across the nation. https://t.co/jWqnAo9bnL
– Narendra Modi (arenarendramodi) April 28, 2021
This instruction was given by PM Modi
During the meeting, PM Modi stressed on safe and expeditious delivery of oxygen tankers and essential items and also said that care should be taken to ensure the safety of Air Force personnel in the operation linked to the Corona virus.
Corona virus tsunami in India
Corona virus cases have been on the rise in India since March and have been on the rise ever since. The country’s hospitals have sprung up and people are dying without treatment. Injections and oxygen are missing and the condition is that from now on there is no space in the cemeteries and wood is missing..
India is witnessing a steady rise in cases of corona virus, with 3,60,960 new cases reported today. More than 3,000 people have died for the first time in a single day, with 3,293 people losing their lives to the corona virus in the last 24 hours. However, it is a matter of relief that 2,61,162 patients have also recovered by beating the corona