Bhu Hospital Atal Seva Free E-rickshaw Service For Patient In Bad Condition In Varanasi


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Varanasi

Published by: Geetarjuna Gautam
Updated Wed, 15 Sep 2021 11:40 AM IST

Summary

In fact, in 2018, BHU Hospital got eight e-rickshaws for free service of patients. The seats of donated e-rickshaws have gone missing, as well as punctured tyres.

E-rickshaw lying in poor condition.
– Photo : Amar Ujala

The free Atal service started in 2018 for the convenience of patients at BHU Hospital in Varanasi has again become ‘sick’. Actually, the BHU administration is not able to take care of the eight e-rickshaws (Atal Seva) donated properly. The situation is that the tire of one e-rickshaw standing near the emergency is punctured and the seat of two has gone missing.Former MS Prof. VN Mishra had started free e-rickshaw operation in the memory of former Prime Minister Atal Vihari Vajpayee in 2018. Due to lack of maintenance, a thick layer of dust has accumulated on the e-rickshaw parked near the emergency, from this it can be easily guessed that it has not been operated for a long time.

If the operation is done properly then the patients will get big relief
If these e-rickshaws should be parked at a certain place at the gate of BHU hospital and the patients are given information about the free facility, then patients coming from far flung places will get the benefit every day.

UGC Chairman, then Vice Chancellor had launched
In 2018, the then MS Prof. Eight e-rickshaws were found on the initiative of Vijay Nath Mishra. In this, Minister of State Ravindra Jaiswal got one, former MP from Ballia Bharat Singh two, traders got three and two e-rickshaws were received from Kashi Ghatwak University. The service was launched in 2018 by UGC Chairman Prof. DP Singh and Vice Chancellor Prof. It was flagged off by Rakesh Bhatnagar.

Expansion

The free Atal service started in 2018 for the convenience of patients at BHU Hospital in Varanasi has again become ‘sick’. Actually, the BHU administration is not able to take care of the eight e-rickshaws (Atal Seva) donated properly. The situation is that the tire of one e-rickshaw standing near the emergency is punctured and the seat of two has gone missing.

Former MS Prof. VN Mishra had started free e-rickshaw operation in the memory of former Prime Minister Atal Vihari Vajpayee in 2018. Due to lack of maintenance, a thick layer of dust has accumulated on the e-rickshaw parked near the emergency, from this it can be easily guessed that it has not been operated for a long time.

If the operation is done properly then the patients will get big relief

If these e-rickshaws should be parked at a certain place at the gate of BHU hospital and the patients are given information about the free facility, then patients coming from far flung places will get the benefit every day.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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