Fir Against Astha Hospital – Case at Aastha Hospital due to illegal recovery of corona patients

Barabanki A case of illegal collection of corona patients was recorded against a hospital on Deva Road in Kotwali City. When the district judge’s inspection found an error, a team was formed and investigated. Based on the investigation team’s report, the district judge ordered the ACMO to register the case. On which the ACMO gave Tahrir in the city of Kotwali on Friday.
In Tahrir, ACMO Dr. RN Verma wrote that Aastha Hospital on Deva Road was inspected by the district judge on May 6th. During this time, it was found that oxygen bottles and regulators from corona patients were not authorized here and more money was being charged than the prescribed fee. On which the district judge formed a team led by SDM Sadar Abhay Pandey and ordered an investigation into the matter. The investigative team found that the illegal recovery on behalf of treatment was done differently than the hospitalized patients.
The pressure to pay cash for medication and pathology exams was created. Apart from that, separate money was also used for oxygen bottles, which is a violation of government guidelines. Not only that, irregularities were caused by the issuing of raw and solid invoices separately. The list provided during the investigation also turned out to be factual and misleading. The team had sent their report to the district judge recommending the measure. On the orders of the district judge, ACMO has given a tahrir in the city of Kotwali. Kotwal City Pankaj Singh said that the investigation into the case started with the registration of the case.
Ongoing investigations against two hospitals
Hind and Mayo hospitals are currently under investigation for illegal removal of corona patients. According to the information obtained from the sources, when examining the papers that hospitals provided to the investigation team, a large number of malfunctions were found. Once the investigation team has submitted the report, action against these hospitals is also considered safe.

Barabanki A case of illegal collection of corona patients was recorded against a hospital on Deva Road in Kotwali City. When the district judge’s inspection found an error, a team was formed and investigated. Based on the investigation team’s report, the district judge ordered the ACMO to register the case. On which the ACMO gave Tahrir in the city of Kotwali on Friday.

In Tahrir, ACMO Dr. RN Verma wrote that Aastha Hospital on Deva Road was inspected by the district judge on May 6th. During this time, it was found that oxygen bottles and regulators from corona patients were not authorized here and more money was being charged than the prescribed fee. On which the district judge formed a team led by SDM Sadar Abhay Pandey and ordered an investigation into the matter. The investigative team found that the illegal recovery on behalf of treatment was done differently than the hospitalized patients.

The pressure to pay cash for medication and pathology exams was created. Apart from that, separate money was also used for oxygen bottles, which is a violation of government guidelines. Not only that, irregularities were caused by the issuing of raw and solid invoices separately. The list provided during the investigation also turned out to be factual and misleading. The team recommended action, but sent their report to the district judge. On the orders of the district judge, ACMO has given a tahrir in the city of Kotwali. Kotwal City Pankaj Singh said that the investigation into the case started with the registration of the case.

Ongoing investigations against two hospitals

Hind and Mayo hospitals are currently under investigation for illegal removal of corona patients. According to the information obtained from the sources, when examining the papers that hospitals provided to the investigation team, a large number of malfunctions were found. Once the investigation team has submitted the report, action against these hospitals is also considered safe.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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