Minister Kodali Nani is the first Adama Oxygen Plant in South India

 


 - Minister Kodali Nani is the first Adama Oxygen Plant in South India


 - Established in Gudivada Area Government Hospital 

 - Minister Kodali Nani to be inaugurated today



 Gudivada, September 1 (prajaamaravati): As a result of the efforts of Kodali Srivenkateswara Rao (Nani), Minister of State for Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs, the first Adama Oxygen Generation Plant in South India was set up at Krishna District Gudivada Area Government Hospital.  The plant will be inaugurated by Minister Kodali Nani on the 2nd of this month at 9 am.  State Medical and Health Minister Alla Kali Krishna Srinivas, Minister in-charge of the district Peddireddy Ramachandrareddy, Adama India Pvt Ltd Executive Director Suryadevara Balaji Prasad, YCP state leader Dukkipati Sashibhushan and Andhra Pradesh AG Mission Vice Chairman MVS Nagireddy will be the special guests at the inaugural function.  Meanwhile Adama Company has decided to give two oxygen generation plants in the state.  Company representatives agreed to Minister Kodali Nani's request to allocate a plant to Gudivada Government Hospital.  This Oxygen Generation Plant can supply oxygen to 300 beds continuously in Government Hospital.  Also the cylinders can be filled and oxygen can be made available as needed.  Minister Kodali Nani said the state government has also given another oxygen plant would be set up at a cost of Rs 40 lakh.