The MP Cleaning Hospital Toilet with Dean, and sprinkled water himself.In a government hospital in Maharashtra, India, 31 patients died in 48 hours. The government is shaking in the face of criticism in this incident. Later on Tuesday (October 3), an MP from the ruling party visited the hospital to monitor the latest situation. At one point of observation, he noticed the dirty toilet of the hospital. Later, the MP cleared it with the dean of the hospital. News from Indian media NDTV.
It is known that 24 patients died in 24 hours at Sankarrao Chabon Government Hospital in Nanded on Monday. On Tuesday, 7 more patients died in the hospital. Another 71 patients are in critical condition in the Cleaning Hospital Toilet.
When news about this was published in various Indian media, the citizens of Nanded along with the leaders and activists of the opposition party started criticizing the coalition government led by Eknath Shinde. In such a situation, MP Hemant Patil of the ruling Shiv Sena (Shinde Dal) visited the hospital. At one stage of monitoring the situation, seeing the toilet dirty, Dean Shyamrao gave Wakode to clean it.
A video of the incident has already gone viral on social media. In the video, Dean is seen cleaning the toilet with a washroom brush. And MP Hemant Patil is standing and sprinkling water from the pipe in the toilet.
Dr. Director of Medical Education and Research in the incident of patient death. Dilip Mahishkar said the patients were given proper treatment. However, they did not respond properly to the treatment. He also said that a committee has already been formed to investigate the death incident.
Cleaning Hospital Toilet then Maharashtra Medical Education Minister Hasan Mushrif visited the hospital on Tuesday. Going there, he denied the claim of negligence of the medical system and said that there is no shortage of doctors or medicine in the hospital. Patients were given appropriate treatment. We will investigate every death. If the investigation finds evidence of someone’s negligence, he will be brought under punishment.