The central government of India is going to use drones to deliver corona vaccine to remote areas of the country. They have called for tenders for this. The tender has been asked to be submitted by June 22. This information has been informed on Sunday. Initially, the Indian government planned to deliver vaccines door-to-door in Telangana by drone. However, so far it is known that this drone project may start from Bikani in Rajasthan.
The matter is overseen by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). Notices were issued on their behalf rather than tenders. It has been said that the drones should be able to carry a weight of at least 4 kg. They have to fly vertically from the ground. You have to fly at least 100 meters above the ground.
It is also said that the drones will be flown from the place where the vaccines will be loaded, they will have to return after providing the vaccines. In addition, the vaccines have been asked to ensure that the drones land safely on the ground and their movements can be accurately controlled through GPS.
Environment, Forests and Climate Change Minister Md Shahab Uddin said more and more trees should be planted to improve the environment of educational institutions. He said there is no substitute for planting trees to keep the environment cool and get enough oxygen for life. The minister said the government has planted 80 million saplings last year to protect the country’s environment, and plans have been made to plant 80 million saplings this time as well. By planting trees together, we will be able to deal with the adverse effects of climate change.
He said this while addressing a function organized on the occasion of inauguration of newly constructed buildings of Eidgahbazar Girls High School and Talimpur Baharpur High School at Eidgahbazar Girls High School in Moulvibazar’s Baralekha Upazila today.
The environment minister said that despite the closure of educational activities in educational institutions due to the epidemic, the present education-friendly government has continued the infrastructure development activities of almost every educational institution. He instructed the present contractors and concerned officials to maintain the quality of the educational institution during the development of its infrastructure. The minister said that despite the unprecedented development activities of the government in all areas, the opposition has continued to conspire. The government will continue to take legal action against these traitors and hypocritical traders.
Chairman of Baralekha Upazila Parishad Sohaib Ahmed, Executive Engineer of LGED Md. Azim Uddin Sardar, Upazila Executive Officer Khandaker Mudachir Bin Ali, Former Chairman of Baralekha Upazila Parishad and Acting General Secretary of Upazila Awami League Rafiqul Islam Sundar among others were present on the occasion.
After the ceremony, the Minister inspected the laying of foundation stone of Eidgah Bazar-Malishri-Maijamjuri-Road development work and development and renovation work of Juri-Fultala (Batuli) road in Juri Upazila.