A case of death of 24 patients has come to light within 24 hours in a state-run hospital in Nanded, Maharashtra. According to the report, 12 newborns are also among those who died. Due to this incident, the health system of Maharashtra has come under question. People are blaming the poor government system for this. Earlier, a case of death of 18 patients in a single day was reported in a hospital in Thane.
“Of the 24 deaths reported in the last 24 hours, 12 were adults due to various diseases and mostly due to snake bites,” said the dean of Nanded’s Shankarrao Chavan government hospital. He said, “12 infants have also died in the last 24 hours. Of these, 6 were boys and 6 were girls. We had to face some difficulties due to transfer of different staff.”
Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has called these deaths unfortunate. He told reporters in Mumbai that more information would be sought about what happened at the hospital and action would be taken.
The opposition in Maharashtra launched an all-out attack on the Eknath Shinde government in the state, saying, “The triple engine government (of BJP, Eknath Shinde Sena and NCP’s Ajit Pawar faction) should take responsibility”. Former Maharashtra Chief Minister and veteran Congress leader Ashok Chavan said after visiting the hospital, “The government should look at this matter seriously and control the situation.”
He said, “A total of 24 people lost their lives. The condition of 70 is still critical. There is a shortage of medical facilities and staff. Many nurses have been transferred and have not been replaced. Many machines are not working. Hospitals The capacity is 500, but 1200 patients are admitted. I will talk to Ajit Pawar about this.
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