Max Hospital / Vaishali Gurgaon / Sandeep Sethi / Max Hospital Delhi Court

For Max Hospital, Vaishali and Gurgaon, there is oxygen capacity of only 8 hours, which won't last till the morning, says senior advocate Sandeep Sethi representing Max Hospital before Delhi High Court

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