The opposition criticized the government after the death of 31 people, including 12 children, in Nanded hospital.

Mumbai: (Yusuf Rana) The total death toll in 48 hours has reached 31 with the death of 7 people, including 4 infants, who were undergoing treatment at Shankarrao Chavan Government Hospital in Nanded. These deaths have shocked the people of the state. The public demand is gaining momentum that the incidents of deaths in the last 24 hours at Shankarrao Chavan Government Medical College and Hospital in Nanded are serious and should be thoroughly investigated. After this, the opposition attacked the government, Eknath Shinde, Fadnavis and Ajit Dada Pawar. Senior leader and National Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar criticized the Eknath Shinde government for these deaths and said that this incident highlights the failure of the government machinery. And demanded. Critical response to ensure the safety of patients in the future. Pawar officially took to social media and wrote on Twitter that “24 people, including 12 infants, died in a government hospital in Nandir in 24 hours. This incident is truly shocking.” Pawar said 18 people died at Kalwa Hospital of Thane Municipal Corporation. Sanjay Rawat also targeted the BJP government and said that the state of cleanliness in Maharashtra has always been high but the way all the government departments of Maharashtra have been working for the last one year, neither the Health Minister nor The health department is worried. Work. No doctor is working, no one is in control. Health department is the most neglected department in Maharashtra. Sanjay Rawat said that the oxygen incident took place in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh. More than 200 children died. The condition of the entire country is the same but the condition of Maharashtra is different. Medical service here has always been good. For the last one year, all the government employees of Maharashtra have been working like this. Neither the health department is working, nor the government doctors, even the Health Minister is not concerned. Nobody has control. Former chief minister and senior Congress leader from Nanded Ashok Chavan said that apart from these deaths, the condition of 70 more patients referred from other private hospitals in the district is said to be critical. “I spoke to the dean of the hospital, who said there was a shortage of nursing and medical staff,” Chavan said. Some equipment is not working and some departments are not working due to various reasons. This is a very serious problem. Shiv Sena (UBT) deputy leader Sushma Andhra alleged negligence and cited the similar death of 18 patients at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Government Hospital in Thane in mid-August. Andre said, “It is clear that Health Minister Sawant is ineffective and the CM should either accept his resignation or dismiss him. Criticizing the government, Nationalist Congress Party MP Supriya Sole strongly condemned the widespread deaths and said this triple engine government is responsible for the deaths of all 24 innocent people. NCP spokesperson Vikas Lavande said the deaths occurred due to government negligence and lack of medical supplies. It is unfortunate for the government to promote festivals and events. Hospital Dean S. Vakude says that 6 boys and 7 girls died due to various reasons. While another 12 adults have died, most of them due to snake bites. He claimed that many patients had come from far away places. The hospital faced problems due to budget constraints and lack of timely procurement of appropriate medicines for them, among other problems. Priyanka Chaturvedi of Shiv Sena (UBT) said, “This is shameful, please don’t let them die.” Rather, it is murder due to the gross negligence of an unconstitutional state government. They are so busy planning impressive events or foreign trips that they forget their primary function of serving the state.

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