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India's mission oxygen with complete accomplice Singapore started with a three-sentence instant message between outside undertakings serving S Jaishankar and foreign minister Vivian Balakrishnan on April 22 with the second flood pandemic spellbinding burdened Indians.
A call between the two ministers trailed the SMS as Jaishankar requested clinical oxygen, and his Singaporean partner concurred with Prime Ministers of the two nations kept on the up and up. The Indian
The foreign minister asked his senior associate defense minister Rajnath Singh to bring in the Indian Air Force's weighty carriers to pick the initial four cryogenic tanks from Singapore, which were expected to get liquid clinical oxygen from east India Covid-19 hit north and western pieces of the country.
Defense minister Rajnath Singh called up Indian Air Force (IAF) chief Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria, who was on a five-day official excursion to France around then, that very day in Paris. Leaving everything to the side, Air Chief Bhadauria worked during that time to design the outer and interior development of transport planes. The whole vehicle armada of IAF was set on reserve 24X7 with different arrangements of pilots as 'Mission Oxygen' started vigorously with a C-17 getting four cryogenic compartments from Changi in Singapore and arriving at the vehicle center point of Panagarh in West Bengal.
Source: Hindustan Times
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