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Shri Modi addresses BJYM meet in Gandhinagar

For Congress polls are about relying on lies, money. For us, our workers are our strength: Shri Modi

We will celebrate bigger Diwali on 20th December and will be celebrated on a grand scale. It will be a Diwali that was never celebrated before: Shri Modi

We are fighting the elections on the issue of development, we believe in positive politics: Shri Modi

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We may not be in newspapers but we are in the hearts of the people: Shri Modi

6 crore people of Gujarat are my family. I have faith in the people. ‘Janta Sab Kuch Janti Hai’: Shri Modi

On the afternoon of Wednesday 31st October 2012 Shri Narendra Modi addressed a convention of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) in Gandhinagar. The occasion was the start of the Vidhan Sabha Vijay Prayan Abhiyan. Under this drive, 2000 full time volunteers of BJYM will visit 30,000 booths and meet the people. The drive will end on 4th November with Youth Conventions at 900 district Panchayat seats.

Shri Modi said that for the Congress election campaigns rely on money, lies, allegations but for the BJP the workers are the strength. Shri Modi urged Yuva Morcha workers to go out and win the hearts of the people. He declared that the BJP is fighting the elections on development and believes in positive politics.

The Chief Minister affirmed that the BJP wins elections on the strength of its organisation and that taking short cuts is not acceptable to the BJP. He stated that we may not be in the newspapers but we are in the hearts of the people! He added that the BJP is lucky that it has been blessed with so many youngsters.

Shri Modi said that the when the young workers will go into the villages people would naturally ask why they are not celebrating Diwali to which they should say that Diwali will be celebrated on 20th December and it will be celebrated on a grand scale! It will be a Diwali that was celebrated never before in Gujarat, he added.

He spoke about the affection of the people received in the past so many years and asked the youngsters to win the hearts of the people. He said that they must not say “we did this” or “we did that” because it is the duty of the Government to do so and that it is not a favour that they are doing. Instead he asked them to seek blessings of people to continue the work and learning of the last 10 years. He recalled Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya’s Mantra of Always Keep Moving and urged BJYM workers to embrace the same Mantra.

Shri Modi shared wonderful stories from his rich experience of visiting villages, interacting with families and the affection he received from the people when he was working for the organisation. The Chief Minister said that for 12 years he has been continuously targeted but he has always remained a worshipper of democracy and borne them, for which he is proud. In contrast, he stated that the Congress couldn’t tolerate anything and are yet to become worshipers of democracy. He gave the example of Salman Khurshid’s Press Conference and Mr. Virbhadra Singh’s threat to media people when they were questioned on the serious allegations against them.

Shri Modi said that the 6 crore people of Gujarat are his family and that he has faith in the people. “Janta Sab Kuch Janti Hai” Shri Modi affirmed.

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PM-CARES Fund to procurement 1,50,000 units of Oxycare System at a cost of Rs 322.5 Crore.
Comprehensive system developed by DRDO to regulate oxygen being administrated to patients based on the sensed values of their SpO2 levels.
DRDO has transferred the technology to multiple industries in India who will be producing the Oxycare Systems for use all across India.
Oxycare system reduces the work load and exposure of healthcare providers by eliminating the need of routine measurement and manual adjustments of Oxygen flow

PM-CARES Fund has accorded sanction for procurement of 1,50,000 units of Oxycare System at a cost of Rs 322.5 Crore. It is a comprehensive system developed by DRDO to regulate oxygen being administrated to patients based on the sensed values of their SpO2 levels.

The system has been developed in two Configurations. The basic version consists of a 10 litre Oxygen cylinder, a Pressure Regulator cum Flow Controller, a Humidifier and a Nasal Cannula. The Oxygen flow is regulated manually based on the SpO2 readings. The intelligent configuration includes a system for automatic regulation of Oxygen through a Low Pressure Regulator, Electronic Control System and an SpO2 Probe in addition to the basic version.

SpO2 Based Oxygen Control System optimises consumption of oxygen based on the SpO2 level of the patient and effectively increases the endurance of portable Oxygen cylinder. The threshold SpO2 value for initiating flow from the system can be adjusted by the health staff and the SpO2 levels are continuously monitored and displayed by the system. It reduces the work load and exposure of healthcare providers by eliminating the need of routine measurement and manual adjustments of Oxygen flow, thereby facilitating tele-consultation also. The automatic system also provides suitable audio warning for various failure scenarios including low SpO2 values and probe disconnections. These Oxycare systems can be used at Homes, Quarantine Centres, COVID Care Centres and Hospitals.

In addition, Non-Rebreather Masks (NRM) are integrated with the Oxycare Systems for efficient use of oxygen which results in saving of Oxygen by 30-40%.

DRDO has transferred the technology to multiple industries in India who will be producing the Oxycare Systems for use all across India.

The current medical protocol recommends oxygen therapy for all severe and critical Covid-19 patients. Given the current status of oxygen generation, transport and storage, oxygen cylinders have proved to be effective. Considering the present COVID pandemic situation with large number of individuals requiring oxygen therapy, sourcing only one type of system may not be practical, as all the manufacturing plants making the basic building blocks of the system are already running at their maximum capacity.  A mix and match of the system would prove to be a useful arrangement in the given situation. While the capacity of existing domestic manufacturers of carbon-manganese steel cylinders is very limited, as an alternative, DRDO has suggested light material portable cylinders which can easily act as substitutes for normal oxygen cylinders.