Patients at B&J hospital complain shortage of drugs

Srinagar: The patients at the Bones and Joints Hospital here are aghast against the authorities alleging the Hospital has turned defunct and the government caring little about the plight of the people.

The patients along with the attendants told KNS that there is a separate budget allotted for the disposable items in the hospital ‘but the authorities have not so far spend a single penny for the essential entities.’

The patients said that the even have to buy syringes from outside the hospital and no help is being provided by the hospital management. “This is loot and plunder going on in this hospital. This place is turning completely out of order and nothing on ground is being displayed that would prove that the hospital authorities are sincere in providing any services to the patients amid this chilling winter,” one of the patients admitted in the hospital told KNS.

The patients also said that they have repeatedly asked the hospital authorities to look into the matter but they didn’t do anything. 

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