Embezzlement of Rs 1.70 lakh in the blood bank – Embezzlement of Rs 1.70 lakh in the blood bank

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Etah. A case of embezzlement of Rs 1.70 lakh has become known in the blood bank of the district hospital. Not a single rupee has been deposited here as a user fee for two months. The role of five blood bank employees was found suspicious in the investigation.
The blood bank is operated at the county’s county hospital. All those in need get blood from here. In order to take blood samples, it is essential to donate blood to those affected and to pay usage fees. It is free for patients admitted to the district hospital. At the same time, Rs 1050 must be deposited as a usage fee for patients admitted to private hospitals.
The amount withdrawn from the usage fees is deposited in the treasury, but no money was deposited into this account in May and June. After the matter became known, a three-person committee was formed and an investigation was conducted. Dr. Madhup Kaushal, Dr. S. The team of Chandra and Dr. Rahul Varshney has closed the investigation. It was found that more than 1600 units of blood were administered to the patients admitted to external hospitals during those two months. Receipts were also deducted after user fees were received from them, but based on the receipts, approximately Rs 1.70 lakh was not deposited.
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The complaint about irregularities in the use of fees in the blood bank had been noted. A committee of inquiry was set up to investigate. Report not yet received. Upon receipt of the investigation report, action will be taken against the guilty employees.
– Dr. Rajesh Agarwal, CMS District Hospital

Etah. A case of embezzlement of Rs 1.70 lakh has become known in the blood bank of the district hospital. Not a single rupee has been deposited here as a user fee for two months. The role of five blood bank employees was found suspicious in the investigation.

The blood bank is operated at the county’s county hospital. All those in need get blood from here. In order to take blood samples, it is essential to donate blood to those affected and to pay usage fees. It is free for patients admitted to the district hospital. At the same time, Rs 1050 must be deposited as a usage fee for patients admitted to private hospitals.

The amount withdrawn from the usage fees is deposited in the treasury, but no money was deposited into this account in May and June. After the matter became known, a three-person committee was formed and an investigation was conducted. Dr. Madhup Kaushal, Dr. S. The team of Chandra and Dr. Rahul Varshney has closed the investigation. It was found that more than 1600 units of blood were administered to the patients admitted to external hospitals during those two months. Receipts were also deducted after user fees were received from them, but based on the receipts, approximately Rs 1.70 lakh was not deposited.

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The complaint about irregularities in the use of fees in the blood bank had been noted. A committee of inquiry was set up to investigate. Report not yet received. Upon receipt of the investigation report, action will be taken against the guilty employees.

– Dr. Rajesh Agarwal, CMS District Hospital

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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