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Only processes using Oxygen in Steel Industry to be stopped, clarifies Sunder Sham Arora

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Chandigarh, April 24, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
The Industries Minister Sunder Sham Arora has clarified that it is only processes in steel industry where oxygen is being used have been ordered to be stopped and there is no direction to close the operation of the steel Industry in the state of Punjab.

Reiterating Captain Amarinder Singh government’s commitment to ensure safety of citizens in the wake of the emergency health situation, Arora said that emergent measure has been taken to meet the INCREASE IN DEMAND of medical grade oxygen for COVID patients.

Further, he disclosed that on the direction of the Punjab Chief Minister, a covid-oxygen control room is being set up at the state level and green corridor facility is being provided for the movement of vehicles carrying medical oxygen.

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