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Hospital found locked in Adlash Sriguwfara, DC Anantnag assures action
2/9/2019 11:40:08 PM
Saahil Suhail

Early Times Report

Anantnag, Feb 9: Exposing the tall claims of health department, a government hospital in Adlash Magam village of South Kashmir's Anantnag district was found locked on Saturday at around 11:39am.
New Type Primary Health Center in Adlash Magam village of Srigufwara Bijbehara was found locked when this reporter along with a group of local villagers visited the hospital. A spot visit found that the authorities hadn't even cleared snow on a stretch of road leading towards the hospital.
Villagers expressed resentment against the health department and district administration and said that they were suffering immensely in absence of health care facilities. "This hospital is locked from last three days. We don't have enough facilities at this hospital. A single doctor is managing this hospital and for minor ailments and problems we had to visit Anantnag or Mattan," Aabid Yousf, a local resident told ET.
He said that if the government or department doesn't have enough resources to make this hospital functional then they must close it once for all.
Bashir Ahmad, another local resident said that the hospital is dysfunctional for past many days as NHM staff is on strike. "Its 11:30am, you found this hospital locked. Staff is also on strike and we are suffering a lot," he said and requested top officers of health department to take stringent action against the erring staff. Villagers also accused authorities of ignoring them.
"Even snow wasn't cleared on our roads," they said. Residents of different areas of Anantnag and Kulgam district also complained that the district administration failed to provide them essential facilities and couldn't clear snow on roads.
"I contacted Deputy Commissioner several times and he assured that road connecting my village with the main road will be cleared but it didn't happen. We were forced to shift a patient to hospital on tractor," Rayees Ahmad, a resident of Soursana Kulgam told Early Times over phone.
Residents of various areas of both the districts also complained about non-availability of electricity and said that they reeling under darkness from past several days. "We have restored electricity to almost 90% area of Anantnag and Kulgam and our 44 receiving stations of Anantnag and Kulgam are functional," Ghulam Rasool Khanday, SE PDD said. He said that the electricity in the rest of Kulgam and Anantnag will be restored on Sunday.
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