Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Haryana Govt appoints HSIIDC MD Anurag Agrawal & Director MSME, Dr. Vikas Gupta for mapping of liquid oxygen manufacturing plants

Haryana Government has appointed the Managing Director of Haryana State Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation Anurag Agrawal and Director, MSME, Dr. Vikas Gupta for mapping of liquid oxygen manufacturing plants and monitoring their production and diversion to medical use.

Mr Anurag Aggarwal will be responsible for Industrial Estates and Dr Vikas Gupta for the rest of the State for mapping of liquid oxygen manufacturing plants and monitoring their production and diversion to medical use.

Giving this information the government spokesperson informed that the Ministry of Home Affairs under the Disaster Management Act, 2005 had issued directions that the use of liquid oxygen is not allowed for any non-medical purpose and that all units manufacturing liquid oxygen shall maximize their production and make it available to the Government for medical purposes only with immediate effect and until further orders.

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