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Corporator rats on hospital at civic body meet

NYOOOZ 2017-10-13 11:41:51

Summary: He claimed that he had caught the rat from a Kandivli hospital where two women patients were bitten by rats. In the last one week, two women, including a paralysis patient, admitted to the BMC-run Babasaheb Ambedkar Municipal General Hospital in Kandivli, also known as Shatabdi Hospital, were bitten by rats. "The civic hospitals lack basic facilities while administration is sitting with funds," said Azmi. The rat from a Kandivli hospital where two women patients were bitten by ratsThere was a ruckus during the general body meeting of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Thursday over the poor condition of civic hospitals. Meanwhile, I A Kundan, additional municipal commissioner submitted a report on rat bites in Shatabdi Hospital in Kandivli.


The rat from a Kandivli hospital where two women patients were bitten by rats There was a ruckus during the general body meeting of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Thursday over the poor condition of civic hospitals. Kamlesh Yadav, a Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) corporator from Kandivli brought a rat with him during the general body meeting of the BMC to drive home the point. He claimed that he had caught the rat from a Kandivli hospital where two women patients were bitten by rats. In the last one week, two women, including a paralysis patient, admitted to the BMC-run Babasaheb Ambedkar Municipal General Hospital in Kandivli, also known as Shatabdi Hospital, were bitten by rats. Earlier, the general body of the BMC held discussions following a notice moved by Congress Corporator Ashraf Azmi from Kurla to debate over the poor condition of civic hospitals under section 66B of Revised Mumbai Municipal Act 1888 , As Reported By DNAIndia.

According to the Newspaper,Azmi alleged that the civic administration has failed to spend the funds set aside in the budget for the health department. "The civic hospitals lack basic facilities while administration is sitting with funds," said Azmi. He added that major operations in the hospitals are postponed for silly reasons like a fourth grade employee did not turn up. "In the last three months, several patients had to wait for operation as hospitals had not received necessary clothes required for the operation from laundry," said Azmi. He added that there is lack of staff in the laundry. He was supported by all political parties including the BJP.

Source: http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report-corporator-rats-on-hospital-at-civic-body-meet-2552501