PM reviews IAF operations to transport oxygen and other essentials in India and abroad | India News
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra modi on Monday he reviewed the operations being carried out by the Indian Air Force (IAF) to transport oxygen and other essentials in India and abroad amid the rise of Covid in the country.
The Chief of Defense Staff, General Bipin Rawat, visited the Prime Minister today and reviewed the preparations and operations being carried out by the Armed Forces to deal with the pandemic.
Rawat informed the prime minister that all military medical personnel who have retired or retired prematurely in the past 2 years are being called to work at Covid facilities near their current place of residence, a statement issued said. for him Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).
“Other medical officers who retired earlier have also been asked to make their services available for consultation through the emergency medical help lines.”
“All medical officers with staff appointments in Command HQ, Corps HQ, Division HQ and similar HQ of Navy Y Air Force it will be used in hospitals, “the PMO statement said.
“The CDS informed the PM that nurses are being recruited in large numbers to supplement the doctors in the hospitals.”
“PM was also informed that oxygen cylinders available with the armed forces in various establishments will be delivered to hospitals.”
The CDS also said they are creating medical facilities in large numbers and, where possible, military medical infrastructure will be made available to civilians.