The Indian Naval force‘s 3 combat ships — INS Airavat, is the third Shardul-class amphibious warfare vessel of the Indian Navy, INS Trikand, is a Talwar-class frigate of the Indian Navy, and INS Kolkata is the lead ship of the Kolkata-class stealth guided-missile destroyers of the Indian Navy — docked at Visakhapatnam, Mumbai, and New Mangalore ports on the 10th of May shipping 80 tons of liquid oxygen, twenty cryogenic oxygen tanks and related essential things from other countries as a key part of the mission Samudra Setu-II.
The shipment included seventy 02 concentrators, 10,000 RT-PCR kits, and 450 PPE units. Another warship, INS Trikand sent to expand shipment of LMO cryogenic containers from Hamad Port arrived at Mumbai. The warship entered Qatar on the 5th of May and arrived up at Mumbai on Monday with forty megatons of Oxygen. Commander Madhwal stated that “Another ship, INS Kolkata, is arrived at New Mangalore port in Karnataka conveying 40 metric tons of fluid oxygen, 400 Oxygen cylinders, and forty-seven O2 concentrators from Qatar and Kuwait”.
The Indian Naval force relaunched the operation of Samudra Setu-II a week ago to satisfy the country’s oxygen needs in the wake of the Coronavirus flood. As a feature of the mission, 9 ships have been conveyed to dispatch oxygen-filled cryogenic tanks and related essential things to different nations.
In the meantime, India’s day-by-day ascend in Coronavirus cases has withdrawn from the 4 lakhs case on the 10th of May, while its every day ascend in deaths additionally fell following 2 days of in excess of four thousand deaths.