This will be the first time that the life-saving gas is destined for delievery outside the country.
As many as 67 oxygen expresses operated from West Bengal, Odisha, Bihar, Chattisgarh and Uttar Pradesh to various parts of the State.
Oxygen Expresses delivered more than 3,600, 3,700, and 4900 MT of LMO in the state of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu respectively.
The Oxygen Express carrying 81.08 tonnes of medical oxygen from Chhattisgarh reached the Tiruchy goods yard in the early hours on Wednesday.
Oxygen Express crosses milestone of delivering 25,000 tonnes of medical oxygen to states/UTs: Railways
The Indian Railways has so far delivered more than 25,629 tonnes of liquid medical oxygen (LMO), in more than 1,503 tankers, to various states and Union territories (UTs) across the country.
Another consignment of liquid medical oxygen (LMO) was transported to the state from the Rourkela steel plant in Odisha on Tuesday.
The 30th Oxygen Express, loaded at Bhilai (Chhattisgarh) for Inland Container Depot in Tondiarpet with four containers carrying 73.17 MT of oxygen, arrived at its destination at 11:55 am on Sunday.
Liquid Medical Oxygen delivery to Haryana and Karnataka has crossed 2,000 tonnes each while Tamil Nadu and Telangana each have received over 1,800 tonnes of the life-saving gas.
Three Oxygen Express trains have so delivered 380.2MT of Oxygen to Kerala, a railway statement said here on Saturday.
Despite repeated requests for details on the Oxygen Express, Commerce and Industries Commissioner Gunjan Krishna was not forthcoming with any information.
The 16th loaded Oxygen Express with 19.54 MT from Rourkela arrived at Madukkarai, near Coimbatore, on Saturday.
On Saturday, in a first, an Oxygen Express train piloted by an 'All Female Crew' arrived in the Bengaluru with 120 tonnes of medical oxygen from Jamshedpur.
Indian Railways has so far run 224 Oxygen Expresses and transported nearly 14,500 tonnes of LMO in 884 tankers to all over the country to assist state governments in their fight against Covid-19.
This Oxygen Express train piloted by an all female crew will ensure continued supply of oxygen for COVID-19 patients in the State, tweeted Railway minister Piyush Goyal.
When the State was gasping for oxygen with the rise in Covid-19 cases, the South Central Railway (SCR) came to its rescue and embarked upon the task of bringing Oxygen Express services.