Corona Third Wave: Disorder of hospitals ... Fear of third-wave ... BJP MP Satyadev Pachauri letter to Deputy Chief Minister


Posted on 7th May 2021 05:53 pm by rohit kumar

In Uttar Pradesh's Kanpur, the cases of corona infection are constantly increasing, while the number of deaths due to lack of proper treatment is also constantly increasing, due to which the Yogi government is engaged in correcting the deteriorated health system. Meanwhile, Kanpur MP Satyadev Pachauri has written a letter to Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya, worrying about the disturbances happening in the second wave.

 

The letter is written to deputy chief minister

Kanpur is struggling with the second wave of Corona and because of the dislocations caused by the second wave, MP Satyadev Pachauri has written a letter to Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya, seeking to provide facilities to him. Pachauri has written, more people are dying in Kanpur due to the current wave than the Covid-19 wave. Most of them are cases that did not get timely treatment and such people have died in ambulances outside the hospital or in their homes. It is also being speculated by many experts from India and abroad that the third wave of Covid-19 may also come in India, which will prove to be more deadly than the previous and current second wave.

 

Pachauri further wrote that as a minister in charge in such a situation, how can the healtha system, medical staff, paramedical staff, availability of oxygen and medicines, and smooth arrangement of vaccination be made in Kanpur, so that the public will face the current difficulties from the third wave. For this, do not bother to give necessary instructions by holding a review meeting with the officials, whose entire information should also reach the general public. As the MP of Kanpur city, I assure you that whatever is expected of me, I will have my full cooperation in this. It is necessary to help everyone in such a disaster.

 

The letter revealed the health department's poll

In Kanpur, where the district administration was raising questions about the news being published on social media and media on long-term lines of oxygen for the patients who were wandering from rate to rate, the health letter in the MP's letter The department has opened the poll of the district administration. The letter has confirmed that there have been extreme deaths due to dislocations in Kanpur and there are many people who have not been able to get treatment in time and have either died in their homes or ambulances. After this letter of the MP, the failures of the District Administration and Health Department have come to the fore directly.

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