Farhan Kitab Srinagar 03/01/2023:
In a passionate plea for immediate attention, Congress General Secretary Mir Ruvais has brought to light critical deficiencies in the essential amenities at Children Hospital Bemina. The heart of the matter revolves around the absence of crucial medical equipment, including MRI and CT scan machines. Mir Ruvais emphasizes the significant hardships faced by the community seeking medical assistance, as the lack of these diagnostic tools not only impedes accurate diagnoses but also prolongs the suffering of children, placing additional burdens on their parents.
Beyond the medical equipment shortfall, the deteriorating road conditions leading to the hospital premises have become a cause for concern. This situation has led to a considerable influx of road dust, posing potential health risks to the already vulnerable patients. Studies suggest that exposure to such dust can adversely affect the health of children, exacerbating their existing ailments.
Adding to the distressing scenario, the inadequate functionality of toilet facilities within the hospital premises has further amplified the suffering of both young patients and their caregivers. The lack of proper sanitation poses a serious health hazard, compromising the already fragile condition of the children and intensifying the challenges faced by their families.
Mir Ruvais, in his impassioned plea, has urged the LG Administration to take swift and decisive action to rectify these critical deficiencies. Stressing the urgent need for immediate humanitarian measures, he emphasizes that addressing these issues on a priority basis is vital to safeguard the lives of young patients and alleviate the distress faced by their families during these challenging times.
The call for intervention is not just a matter of upgrading facilities; it is a plea for ensuring the well-being of the most vulnerable members of the community. Mir Ruvais advocates for a comprehensive approach, acknowledging that prompt action from the LG Administration is essential to mitigate the distressing situation at Children Hospital Bemina. The spotlight on these pressing issues serves as a call to action, urging stakeholders to prioritize the health and well-being of the children who rely on the hospital’s services.