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Covid-19: Delhi-bound train carrying 45,000 litres of milk leaves Nagpur

On May 5, the first milk train with 45,000 liters of milk left Nagpur. The milk train will stop at Hazrat Nizamuddin station in Delhi. During the lockout, the milk will assist Delhi in meeting demand.

Chintu Das
Nizamuddin Train Station
Nizamuddin Train Station

The condition in the world as a whole is concerning due to Coronavirus. Every day, a significant number of new Corona cases (Covid 19 Cases) are released. Many states have placed a lockdown or night curfew. In such a scenario, every attempt is being made to ensure that vital commodities are not in short supply in the region.

In Delhi, there is even a curfew. That being said, there is a shortage of milk in Delhi during the lockout, so a train carrying milk has arrived from Maharashtra. The first milk train from Nagpur has left for Delhi's Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station, according to the Assistant Commercial Manager (ACM) of Nagpur. This train carries a total of 45000 liters of milk. He claims that this milk will assist in meeting Delhi's needs during the lockdown.

ANI, the news agency, has posted a video of this train. The train is equipped with a huge number of tanker wagons, as can be seen. A total of 45000 liters of milk is being transported to Delhi. Please inform me that the rate of Corona infection in Delhi is extremely high. Delhi is suffering from a lack of oxygen as a result of this. It's also sourced from a variety of places.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal thanked the Centre on Thursday for providing 730 metric tons (MT) of oxygen to Delhi, and advised hospitals to decrease the number of Kovid beds in the last few days due to a shortage of life-saving gas. Increase the amount once more.

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