Amritsar: Welcoming Prime Minister Imran Khan’s offer of all possible assistance to India in the new deadly wave of Corona, the Indian MP has demanded the Modi government to build an oxygen corridor on the Wagah border.
According to Indian media, Congress leader and MLA from Amritsar Garjit Singh Aujla in a letter written by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has demanded the construction of an oxygen corridor between Pakistan and India.
In his letter, the MLA welcomed the offer of cooperation from the Prime Minister Imran Khan and the Edhi Foundation and wrote that the construction of the corridor was inevitable in view of the shortage of oxygen in the state of Punjab. Should benefit
Garjit Singh further wrote that the nearest oxygen plant from Amritsar is at Panipat which is at a distance of 350 km while Lahore is only 50 km away. Can go
There has been no response to MLA Garjit Singh’s letter to the Indian Prime Minister. The Modi government is not giving up the politics of hatred and prejudice even on the worst human tragedy.
It should be noted that the number of daily corona cases in India is more than 300,000 while the number of deaths due to this deadly virus has exceeded 3,000 daily.