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The country’s largest car maker, Maruti Suzuki India, has come forward to help the Kovid-19 epidemic. The company said that it is temporarily closing many of its plants. At the same time, in Haryana plant, she will make oxygen for a few days. According to information received from the company, these plants will be closed from May 1 to 9.
Maruti said that it is closing its plant in Haryana to provide oxygen for medical needs. As part of the car manufacturing process, Maruti Suzuki runs a small unit of oxygen at its plant. Oxygen will also be made at Suzuki Motor’s Gujarat plant.
Oxygen is already being made in the plant
The company said that oxygen is already being made at its plant. This oxygen is used in many works such as cutting, welding, paint. The company is producing oxygen as much as it will during the plant closure. Just this oxygen will be supplied in hospitals.
Oxygen is important for people right now
The statement issued by Maruti stated that considering the current situation, we believe that all available oxygen should be used to save lives. Lack of oxygen in the country these days is killing many kovid infected patients.
Plant closes twice every year for maintenance
The company said that every year in summer and winter season, the plant is closed for a week. During this time, work related to maintenance is done in the plant. However, in the summer season, the maintenance takes place in the month of June, but this year it has decided to do the maintenance work in May.
Paytm to help 21,000 oxygen concentrators
Paytm, a provider of digital payments and financial services, has placed orders for 21,000 oxygen concentrators. These will be available in the country from the first week of May. The company has raised Rs 5 crore from the public and has got the same amount from itself. Oxygen concentrators will be purchased from this amount of 10 crores. These oxygen concentrators take oxygen from the air and come in handy for patients who have difficulty breathing.