Medical infrastructure in UP is at the mercy of God: HC | India News
PRAYAGRAJ: The Allahabad High Court said on Monday that the medical infrastructure in the villages and towns of Uttar Pradesh is “Ram Bharose” (at the mercy of God), although it seriously opposes the disposal of a patient’s body. Santosh kumar, as unidentified in Meerut district hospital.
If this is the state of affairs of a medical college in a city like Meerut, then the state’s health system, particularly in cities and towns, can be compared to the famous Hindi saying: Ram Bharosethe higher court observed, adding that it is a case of “high degree of neglect.”
“A patient is admitted to the hospital under the absolute care of doctors and paramedical personnel and if they take a casual approach then it is serious misconduct. They are playing with the lives of innocent people. In these few months we have realized that the medical infrastructure of the state as it is today is very delicate, fragile and weakened, ”the court observed.
Listening to a PIL on Covid Care, a divisional bank comprising Justice Siddhartha varma Y Justice Ajit Kumar ordered the additional chief secretary (medical and health), UP, to submit an affidavit, setting responsibility in the matter. The court set May 22 as the next hearing date.