Ayodhya: KM Sugar Mills Limited, Motinagar has come forward to assist the government to meet the shortage of oxygen required in treating the coronavirus patients and taken initiative to set up an oxygen plant that will cater for the need of 30 beds.
According to the news report published in Amarujala.com, the mill administration has declared that it will set up the plant at community health centre, Masaudha and has made a provision of around Rs 35 lakh for the same.
S C Agrawal, director of the sugar mill said that the mill will soon start setting up the plant and it will be ready within 10 days. We can save people’s lives by providing them with oxygen the shortage of which is taking their lives, he said.
Vivekanand Mishra, chief manager of the mill said, that the mill administration has communicated with the district administration and chief health officer and have chosen to set up of plant at the community health centre, Masaudha.