Moradabad News: Primary Health Center is sick where you can be treated – Moradabad: Primary Health Center is only sick where you can be treated

Sub-Health Center, Malkapur
– Photo: Amar Ujala

The villages are awakened by Corona and a mysterious fever. Hospitals are full of patients. Villagers are forced to wander from rate to rate for treatment and medicine. In order to provide better medical facilities for the villagers in the villages themselves, 252 sub-health centers have been set up in the district. But most of them are in bad shape. How to treat the villagers with the help of sick health centers is a big question.The buildings were constructed as part of the National Rural Health Mission at the expense of crores. Apart from that, money was spent on buying medical equipment. People who live in rural areas also felt that they no longer have to walk far and wide to receive treatment. Now there will be better treatments and medicines in sub-health centers built around villages and villages, but this dream of villagers has not come true even after ten years.

Due to the negligence of the district administration and the health department, the deployment of personnel in sub-health centers was not carried out. Many buildings have been turned to ruins in the buildings that the government invested in construction. Somewhere the windows, doors were stolen and some were made from cattle. Drugs and criminals have made the ruins their hiding place.

He has sent letters to the Prime Minister three times requesting the use of personnel
A sub-health center has also been established in the village of Bijna in the Moradabad block. The villagers say the sub-health center building was in disrepair. The thieves had uprooted the windows and doors. The complaint was filed with the district’s senior officials, but no hearing took place. After that, the villagers as far as Lucknow had complained about this matter. About five months ago the building was embellished and repaired. Even so, his doctors and staff were not used.

Villagers Jaswant Singh, Satish Chandra, Sher Singh, Rajiv Kumar, Rajan Singh and Dina say that the population of Bijna village is around 15,000. Five people were also infected. The villagers are in trouble because the sub-health center is not working. The villagers say they wrote a letter to the prime minister asking for the sub-health center to go into operation. Apart from Bijna village, people in Khanpur, Mendanipur, Chak Begampur and other villages can benefit from it.

In the village of Daulari in the Moondapande block, a sub-health center has been established. Even after ten years, the staff was not deployed at the center. The people in this village of seven thousand people go to Moondapande or Moradabad for treatment. Villagers say the building was turned into ruins. There are addicts and criminals. Villagers Sanjeev Kumar and Suleman say a sub-health center has been built in the village, but staff have not yet been deployed. Because of this compulsion, people go to Moondapande or Moradabad for treatment.Players become sub-health centers
The villagers have so far been unable to obtain medical facilities at the sub-health center set up in Mahalakpur village at the expense of lakhs rupees. The thieves also uprooted the French doors. Water bags were also stolen. Villagers Mahzad Hussain, Zakir, Mushahid and Shakeel say the sub-health center has been turned to ruins. Now players have made it their base.

The castle has been hanging in the Guraitha village health center for years
The lock has been hanging in the sub-health center in the village of Guraitha in the Moradabad block for years. Kiranpal Singh, Yashpal Singh, Jaiveer Singh and Samay Pal Singh, who live in this village, say that there is no health ministry employee in it. For what purpose was the sub-health center built at a cost of lakhs rupees? The villagers are not yet aware of this. At this point in time, the hospitals are full due to the corona virus. People have to get lost for the treatment of fever, cold, cough, and minor illnesses. If the sub-health center were up, people could be treated here.

There are so many health centers in the district
CHC-08
PHC – 27th
Sub-Health Center – 252

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The villages are awakened by Corona and a mysterious fever. Hospitals are full of patients. Villagers are forced to wander from rate to rate for treatment and medicine. In order to provide better medical facilities for the villagers in the villages themselves, 252 sub-health centers have been set up in the district. But most of them are in bad shape. How to treat the villagers with the help of sick health centers is a big question.

The buildings were constructed as part of the National Rural Health Mission at the expense of crores. Apart from that, money was spent on buying medical equipment. People who live in rural areas also felt that they no longer have to walk far and wide to receive treatment. Now there will be better treatments and medicines in sub-health centers built around villages and villages, but this dream of villagers has not come true even after ten years.

Due to the negligence of the district administration and the health department, the deployment of personnel in sub-health centers was not carried out. Many buildings have been turned to ruins in the buildings that the government invested in construction. Somewhere the windows, doors were stolen and some were made from cattle. Drugs and criminals have made the ruins their hiding place.

He has sent letters to the Prime Minister three times requesting the use of personnel

A sub-health center has also been established in the village of Bijna in the Moradabad block. The villagers say the sub-health center building was in disrepair. The thieves had uprooted the windows and doors. The complaint was filed with the district’s senior officials, but no hearing took place. After that, the villagers as far as Lucknow had complained about this matter. About five months ago the building was embellished and repaired. Even so, his doctors and staff were not used.

Villagers Jaswant Singh, Satish Chandra, Sher Singh, Rajiv Kumar, Rajan Singh and Dina say that the population of Bijna village is around 15,000. Five people were also infected. The villagers are in trouble because the sub-health center is not working. The villagers say they wrote a letter to the prime minister asking for the sub-health center to go into operation. Apart from Bijna village, people in Khanpur, Mendanipur, Chak Begampur and other villages can benefit from it.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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