IndiaUnion Health Minister says employee brutally beaten at hospital; When he...

Union Health Minister says employee brutally beaten at hospital; When he tried to sit on the bench, he was insulted, Mandavya


Highlight:

  • Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandav said that security personnel had beaten him.
  • The torture occurred when he arrived at the hospital.
  • The Union Minister informed the Prime Minister about this.

New Delhi: Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandav has said that security personnel beat him up when he arrived at the hospital in the guise of a civilian to check the situation. The minister was speaking at the inauguration of a medical facility, including an oxygen plant, at Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi last Thursday.

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He arrived at the hospital in the guise of a patient to directly assess the situation and was beaten and beaten by a security guard at the gate. He pretended to be a normal person and when he tried to sit on the bench, he was insulted by the hospital staff. He was also able to see a 75-year-old woman begging staff to provide her son with a stretcher. No one even came forward to help them. He shared with Prime Minister Narendra Modi what he had seen and experienced. Mansukh Mandavya said that the informed Prime Minister had expressed his dissatisfaction.

The Union Minister gave a different answer to the question of whether action has been taken against the security personnel who misbehaved and harassed him. The minister’s response was that there was no point in punishing only one person without changing the system.

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It also found that many patients had difficulty accessing stretchers and other medical care. In his speech, he asked why no one came to the aid of the elderly even though there were 1,500 employees in the hospital. He said the medical staff and other staff at the hospital were two sides of the same coin and they should work as a team. However, the Union Minister did not reveal when he arrived at the hospital in the guise of a civilian.

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