14 Patients Die As Staff Goes On Strike In Jharkhand Hospital
14 Patients Die : Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Sunday asked Chief Secretary Sudhir Tripathy and Health Minister Ramchandra Chndrabansi to hold chats with the attendants and junior specialists.
RANCHI: At slightest 14 patients passed on over the most recent 36 hours in the Rajendra Institute of Medical Science (RIMS) in Jharkhand as attendants and junior specialists of the establishment were on a strike against an ambush on one of its staff.
Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Sunday took cognisance of the RIMS episode and asked Chief Secretary Sudhir Tripathy and Health Minister Ramchandra Chndrabansi to hold converses with the medical attendants and junior specialists.
The inconvenience started when a patient Geeta Devi passed on after an attendant gave her an infusion. Following her passing, the medical caretaker was whipped by Ms Devi’s chaperons on Friday night.
On Saturday morning, the attendants and junior specialists of RIMS went on a strike and did not permit confirmation of patients in the doctor’s facility while those as of now conceded were not given solution and treatment, bringing about the demise of 14 patients.
The Chief Minister said that everybody had the privilege to dissent yet bedlam would not go on without serious consequences in the RIMS.
In excess of 2,000 OPD patients returned on Saturday and Sunday without treatment while relatives of numerous patients conceded in RIMS moved them to different healing facilities.
On Sunday evening Chndrabansi and Tripathy achieved RIMS for exchange, following which the strike was canceled.
(This Story Originating From NDTV)