Cms displeasure, but fans not switched on – fans are not in operation even with CMs disapproval

Kanpur landscape. Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath may have expressed his displeasure when only four of the 24 ventilators sent to corona-infected severe patients were turned on, but officials in charge saw no difference. The prerequisite is that 11 ventilators are still defective. During 9 ventilation personnel shortages have made an example. At the same time, officers avoid responsibility by not damaging each other’s ventilator.
On Saturday, Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath interacted via videoconference with administrative and health officials in Kanpur District and other districts. The Chief Minister expressed his displeasure when the DM said the ventilator was damaged. He said the bad ventilator is now missing. Other officers on this side also checked their armpits.
It is known that 24 ventilators were sent by the government last year to deal with the first wave of corona. During this time, only four ventilators were activated at the Kovid L-Two Hospital in the Akbarpur District Hospital trauma center. While 20 were held in the store to be rubbish.
That year when the second wave of corona arrived, the ventilator went missing, but most of the devices were found missing. Many patients had to pay the price. Large numbers of patients were brought back without saying they did not have ventilators. If the CM expressed his displeasure, the ventilator start exercise was restarted.
Six fans belong to the Agva Company. Not operationalized across the state. In addition, devices for five ventilators were ordered and ordered. Patients are enrolled on four ventilators while nine ventilators are in good condition. However, due to the lack of doctors and staff, they have dysfunction. – Dr. SP Singh (responsible CMS District Hospital Male)
The regimen ventilators for covid patients were taken straight to the county hospital. It is the responsibility of CMS to make them work. A reasonable budget has also been allocated for equipment ventilation and malfunction repair. If there was a problem, it should be said. It would be resolved.
– Dr. Rajesh Katiyar (CMO)
Two ventilators were found missing after one year
Kanpur landscape. The officers’ role with staff was surrounded by questions in the event of a missing ventilator in the district hospital. The government sent 24 ventilators last year, but officials only showed 22 on paper.
The same report was sent to DM and other senior officials. When DM JP Singh found out about the matter a week ago, the documents were examined. After that, it was said that suddenly both missing ventilators were found. Two more fans were found when the store reopened, according to CMS.
No action was taken against the guilty shop staff
Canoeing landscape. The case of missing ventilators in the district hospital was reported by CMS Dr. SP Singh himself investigates. Apparently he had sent a report of the operation to CDO Soumya Pandey, accusing the store staff. The DM also instructed to take action against the store staff at the meeting, but no action was taken against the backup staff.

Kanpur landscape. Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath may have expressed his displeasure when only four of the 24 ventilators sent to corona-infected severe patients were turned on, but officials in charge saw no difference. The prerequisite is that 11 ventilators are still defective. During 9 ventilation personnel shortages have made an example. At the same time, officers avoid responsibility by not damaging each other’s ventilator.

On Saturday, Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath interacted via videoconference with administrative and health officials in Kanpur District and other districts. The Chief Minister expressed his displeasure when the DM said the ventilator was damaged. He said the bad ventilator is now missing. Other officers on this side also checked their armpits.

It is known that 24 ventilators were sent by the government last year to deal with the first wave of corona. During this time, only four ventilators were activated at the Kovid L-Two Hospital in the Akbarpur District Hospital trauma center. While 20 were held in the store to be rubbish.

That year when the second wave of corona arrived, the ventilator went missing, but most of the devices were found missing. Many patients had to pay the price. Large numbers of patients were brought back without saying they did not have ventilators. If the CM expressed his displeasure, the ventilator start exercise was restarted.

Six fans belong to the Agva Company. Not operationalized across the state. In addition, devices for five ventilators were ordered and ordered. Patients are enrolled on four ventilators while nine ventilators are in good condition. However, due to the lack of doctors and staff, they have dysfunction. – Dr. SP Singh (responsible CMS District Hospital Male)

The regimen ventilators for covid patients were taken straight to the county hospital. It is the responsibility of CMS to make them work. A reasonable budget has also been allocated to ventilate the equipment and repair any malfunctions. If there was a problem, it should be said. It would be resolved.

– Dr. Rajesh Katiyar (CMO)

Two ventilators were found missing after one year

Kanpur landscape. The officers’ role with staff was surrounded by questions in the event of a missing ventilator in the district hospital. The government sent 24 ventilators last year, but officials only showed 22 on paper.

The same report was sent to DM and other senior officials. When DM JP Singh found out about the matter a week ago, the documents were examined. After that, it was said that suddenly both missing ventilators were found. Two more fans were found when the store reopened, according to CMS.

No action was taken against the guilty shop staff

Canoeing landscape. The case of missing ventilators in the district hospital was reported by CMS Dr. SP Singh himself investigates. Apparently he had sent a report of the operation to CDO Soumya Pandey, accusing the store staff. The DM also instructed to take action against the store staff at the meeting, but no action was taken against the backup staff.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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