Indian Railways starts country's first Milk Express, there will be no milk shortage in the capital Delhi
Amidst the Corona crisis, the Indian Railways has decided to run the Milk Express. India's first milk train has left for Nagpur to Delhi. This train is reaching Hazrat Nizamuddin station in Delhi with 40 thousand liters of milk. The demand for milk in Delhi will be met in the midst of lockdown. According to Dainik Bhaskar's report, Mother Dairy is doing milk supply. This train left from Nagpur at late Thursday night at 00.55 and will reach Hazrat Nizamuddin station late in the evening. Mother Dairy said that if needed, she can run more such trains in future.
Delhi is badly affected by Corona at this time. There is a huge problem of oxygen here, due to which the Delhi government has also reprimanded the Kejriwal government. Delhi needs 970 metric tons of oxygen on a daily basis, but now it is getting about 550-600 metric tons of oxygen.
Currently there is a lockdown in Delhi till May 10. Cases are still very much coming. Will this lockdown be extended? In response to this question, CM Arvind Kejriwal said on Wednesday that it will not be extended if it is not needed. Together, he also said that people themselves are demanding lockdown. Merchant organizations have demanded to extend this till 17 May.