How Many Hospitals Were Built In A Year, The Health Ministry Does Not Know

PDDU Nagar. The Health Department does not know how many hospitals were built in the country during the Corona period, how many trauma centers or medical research centers were opened, how many oxygen plants were installed. The same answer has been given by the city resident advocate Santosh Kumar Pathak in response to the question sought on four points under the Right to Information. The account of money received in PM Cares Fund has also not been given. Santosh Kumar Pathak asked questions to the Prime Minister on four points under RTI from the Prime Minister’s Office on 31 May this year. It was asked how many hospitals, trauma centers, medical research centers were opened in the country by the Government of India from March 2020 till now. The details of how many oxygen plants were installed and how many ventilators were purchased since March were sought. The RTI application was sent to the Department of Health and Family Welfare. In his reply, Vikas R Mahto, Under-Secretary of the Union Health and Family Welfare Department, told that how many hospitals, how many trauma centers or how many medical research centers have been opened or how many oxygen plants have been installed in the country since March 2020. No information or information about this is available with the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Santosh Kumar Pathak had asked in his fourth question that how much amount the government spent from 2014 to 2019 and from 2019 till now in increasing the medical facilities. In response to this, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said that a total of 18 crores have been spent during this period. Hydrochloroquine 200 mg and Azithromycin 500 mg tablet were purchased with this money. Apart from this, there is no other information with the Union Health Ministry.

PDDU Nagar. The Health Department does not know how many hospitals were built in the country during the Corona period, how many trauma centers or medical research centers were opened, how many oxygen plants were installed. The same answer has been given by the city resident advocate Santosh Kumar Pathak in response to the question sought on four points under the Right to Information. The account of money received in PM Cares Fund has also not been given. Santosh Kumar Pathak asked questions to the Prime Minister on four points under RTI from the Prime Minister’s Office on 31 May this year. It was asked how many hospitals, trauma centers, medical research centers were opened in the country by the Government of India from March 2020 till now. The details of how many oxygen plants were installed and how many ventilators were purchased since March were sought. The RTI application was sent to the Department of Health and Family Welfare. In his reply, Vikas R Mahto, Under-Secretary of the Union Health and Family Welfare Department, told that how many hospitals, how many trauma centers or how many medical research centers have been opened or how many oxygen plants have been installed in the country since March 2020. No information or information about this is available with the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Santosh Kumar Pathak had asked in his fourth question that how much amount the government spent from 2014 to 2019 and from 2019 till now in increasing the medical facilities. In response, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said that a total of 18 crores have been spent during this period. Hydrochloroquine 200 mg and Azithromycin 500 mg tablet were purchased with this money. Apart from this, there is no other information with the Union Health Ministry. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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