Nursing staff are concerned about life in a dilapidated building

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Mainpuri. The condition of the government houses built for the nursing staff on the grounds of the district hospital has deteriorated due to a lack of repairs. When it rains, water enters the house. Plaster of paris also crumbles and falls. The houses haven’t been painted for a long time. The family members of the nursing staff who live in dilapidated houses are constantly concerned about safety.
The nurses’ home in the district hospital was founded in 1962. Due to a lack of maintenance, the hostel is now completely dilapidated. Plaster and linters are falling apart on the roofs and verandas of the hostels. Water drips here during the rainy season. Bathrooms were completely demolished. Water is not getting into them properly and their roof is collapsing. Water supply pipes are also completely broken. For this reason, the relatives of the nursing staff living here see a mortal danger.
Because of this, the nurses are unwilling to stay here. Those who are from the outside live here under duress. Nurses Suman Devi, Rosie, Neeta Devi and Neelam currently live here. These nurses say the hostel is completely damaged. Many times it was given to the officials in writing but ignored. Sometimes repairs are done with my own money. The department should focus on our lives. If there is an accident, the department is responsible.
Some have rented the building
Due to the dilapidated nurses’ home, the state nurses working in the district hospital do not try to endanger their lives by staying there. Therefore, many people have left the government building and rented a house.
Dirt and waterlogging can spread diseases
The pipes from the bathroom in the courtyard of the Nurses Hostel are completely broken. The drains are also broken. Because of this, waterlogging occurs on the hostel premises itself. Because of this, dirt and bushes are increasing here. There is also a risk of disease spreading.
A proposal for the repair of the hostel was sent to the higher authorities. If the proposal is approved, the repair work will be carried out.
Dr. Arvind Kumar Garg, CMS

Mainpuri. The condition of the government houses built for the nursing staff on the grounds of the district hospital has deteriorated due to a lack of repairs. When it rains, water enters the house. Plaster of paris also crumbles and falls. The houses haven’t been painted for a long time. The family members of the nursing staff who live in dilapidated houses are constantly concerned about safety.

The nurses’ home in the district hospital was founded in 1962. Due to a lack of maintenance, the hostel is now completely dilapidated. Plaster and linters are falling apart on the roofs and verandas of the hostels. Water drips here during the rainy season. Bathrooms were completely demolished. Water is not getting into them properly and their roof is collapsing. Water supply pipes are also completely broken. For this reason, the relatives of the nursing staff living here see a mortal danger.

Because of this, the staff nurses are not ready to stay here. Those who are from the outside live here under duress. Nurses Suman Devi, Rosie, Neeta Devi and Neelam currently live here. These nurses say the hostel is completely damaged. Many times it was given to the officials in writing but ignored. Sometimes repairs are done with my own money. The department should focus on our lives. If there is an accident, the department is responsible.

Some have rented the building

Due to the dilapidated nurses’ home, the state nurses working in the district hospital do not try to endanger their lives by staying there. Therefore, many people have left the government building and rented a house.

Dirt and waterlogging can spread diseases

The pipes from the bathroom in the courtyard of the Nurses Hostel are completely broken. The drains are also broken. Because of this, waterlogging occurs on the hostel premises itself. Because of this, dirt and bushes are increasing here. There is also a risk of disease spreading.

A proposal for the repair of the hostel was sent to the higher authorities. If the proposal is approved, the repair work will be carried out.

Dr. Arvind Kumar Garg, CMS

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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