Oxygen Plant Inauguration
Krishi Rasayan Exports Pvt. Limited (KREPL), through its CSR arm KRISHAJ Foundation, has set up PSA based oxygen plant at Gohad in Bhind district (Madhya Pradesh). This has enhanced the medical infrastructure across the region and will be a small but significant step in the fight against the pandemic. The oxygen plant installed is based on PSA technology with a capacity to generate 200 litres of medical oxygen per minute.
The Oxygen Plant was inaugurated by Hon’ble Cabinet Minister Shri Narendra Singh Tomar (Govt.of India) & Hon’ble Cabinet Minister Shri Jyotiraditya M. Scindia (Govt. of India) on 9th Nov 2021. The dignitaries were also joined by other government ministers: Shri OPS Bhadoriya, Shri Bharat Singh Kushwaha, Shri Mahendra Sisodiya, Ms Sandhya Rai (Member of parliament, Bhind ) Shri Vivek Shejvalkar (Member of parliament, Gwalior )and Gwalior Chambal Division Commissioner along with all 8 Districts Collectors. MLA Shri Mevaram Jatav ,Ex MLA Ranveer Jatav , BJP Chairmen (Bhind) Shri Nathu Singh , CHMO Dr Mishra, BMO Dr Ashok Sharma and SDM Mr. Sharma, Doctors of Gohad hospital and media person were also present on the occasion .
During the event, Hon’ble Cabinet Minister Mr. Tomar highlighted the various initiatives taken up by the government for creating the health infrastructure in the country. Hon’ble Cabinet Minister Mr. Scindia has emphasized the importance of the oxygen plant during the difficult times in the pandemic.
Founding member of Krishaj Foundation, Ms Ankita Agarwal, spoke that KREPL has always tried to stay connected with the people at the grassroots level. She is carrying forward this ideology under Krishaj Foundation also. She also spoke that the foundation endeavours to work towards giving maximum back to society. The event was also graced by Directors of Krishaj Foundation Mr Atul Churiwal, Mr LR Agarwal, Mr Sushil Agarwal, Joint Managing Director Mr Rajesh Agarwal and Mr Rachit Agarwal.
KREPL believes that the community and organizations need to come together to battle the pandemic.