The federal government in its affidavit acknowledged that Bihar’s hospitals have a scarcity of 47 per cent medical doctors, 70 per cent nurses, 72 per cent lab technicians and 58 per cent pharmacist, stated Chief of Opposition Tejashwi Prasad Yadav.
- Final Up to date: March 22, 2020, 9:07 AM IST
Patna: The opposition RJD in Bihar on Saturday questioned the Nitish Kumar governments preparedness to deal with an outbreak of the coronavirus, citing poor healthcare infrastructure within the state.
Referring to the Bihar governments affidavit filed within the Supreme Courtroom through the listening to on Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) which had taken a heavy toll in Muzaffarpur final 12 months, Chief of Opposition Tejashwi Prasad Yadav educated weapons on the state authorities.
All of us are very nicely conscious of the healthcare infrastructure of Bihar. The federal government in its affidavit acknowledged that Bihar’s hospitals have a scarcity of 47 per cent medical doctors, 70 per cent nurses, 72 per cent lab technicians and 58 per cent pharmacist, Yadav stated. Given the state of affairs of the state’s healthcare infrastructure, one can simply think about how a lot deadly it might be if the federal government continues to stay negligent, he stated.
RJD state president Jagdanand Singh stated that the occasion has issued a suggestion for its state workplace within the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. RJD employees have been distributing masks and hand sanitisers in numerous areas, he stated. The occasion’s nationwide president Lalu Prasad has additionally appealed to the folks to take utmost care and urged the state authorities to represent a process pressure to cope with an
the outbreak, Singh stated.