Shri Ramjanmabhoomi Teertha Trust, responsible for the construction of grand Ram Mandir at Ayodhya has declared its plans to build two medical Oxygen plants at Ayodhya to meet the mounting Oxygen demand due to exponential surge in Covid cases in the second virulent phase of the pandemic.

The trust plans to sponsor the construction of the Oxygen plants at Dashrath Medical College in Ayodhya and bear its costs amounting to one crore rupees per plant.

The collection drive of the construction of Ram Mandir initiated by the trust, got an overwhelming response from all Sanatanis in India and world over, rich and poor. The trust has collected over 5000 crore rupees as reported by the Organiser.

The second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic has stretched medical resources and infrastructure of the country too far. The total Oxygen produced and available in the country today is 700Tonnes per day, while the demand is for 5000Tonnes per day.

The demand for medical Oxygen surpasses by over seven times the supply. The Union government has ordered all industrial oxygen production to be diverted for medical use and has also banned export of Oxygen. The central government has also reportedly imported 23 Oxygen plants from Germany to ramp up the supply.

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