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BJP exposes own minister's failure in handout
2/17/2017 12:23:17 AM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Feb 16: Notwithstanding tall claims of the BJP leadership to provide good governance to the people, not only common people but party's own people are exposing "false claims and lies" of their ministers.
On Thursday, BJP's lawmaker Ramesh Arora issued an official handout in which failure of the machinery at the SMGS Hospital was exposed. The handout was, in fact, a direct attack on a senior BJP minister who is holding Health portfolio.
According to the handout issued by the BJP, Arora, who is an MLC, on Thursday visited SMGS Hospital (Shalimar) and inspected different units along with the hospital Superintendent.
Arora found that some arrangement was made in addition to already existing beds for the mothers near NICO Unit where premature children are kept on ventilator or incubator. Arora asked the Superintendent t
Train them!
We cannot compromise on medicare and there is need to educate doctors and technical staff for using new technology and they must interact with the technical staff and doctors of renowned hospitals like AIIMS and PGI to update the knowledge.
make more arrangements and the old canteen hall can be suitable place for the mothers. Arora also felt that there is shortage of technical staff, doctors, ventilator and other medicine facilities and assured that matter will be taken at appropriate level.
He said, "We cannot compromise on medicare," and felt that there is need for educating doctors and technical staff for using new technology and they must interact with the technical staff and doctors of renowned hospitals like AIIMS and PGI to update the knowledge.
Arora said that being a social welfare state "we are all duty bound to provide free medical assistance as far as possible because we are committed for all around development and wanted the benefit and programs of the government should reach to the poor."
It is not the first time Arora has exposed misdeeds in the Health Department.
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