BJP demands resignation from Health Minister on rape incident in Jamshedpur’s MGM Hospital

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MGM Hospital demands additional security 

Jamshedpur, March 13: Forty eight hours after the 58-year-old woman patient of MGM Medical College Hospital lodged an FIR complaining of rape by a youth, the medical college hospital wrote a letter to the state health department, demanding additional security guards.

Deputy superintendent, MGM Medical College Hospital, Nakul Kumar Chaudhury said that they have today sent a letter to the health department, seeking additional 60 security guards for maintaining the security of the hospital.

“We want better security system. At present, there are only 30 security guards, all Home Guards, who work in three shift duty — 10 guards in each shift.  But for enhancing the hospital security we need 90 guards. We have, therefore, sent an requisition for additional 60 guards for a viable security arrangement,” said Chaudhury.

The deputy superintendent revealed till January 31, 2019, there were 91 private security guards and 47 Home Guards. BJP demands  resignation from Health Minister on rape incident in MGM Hospital
Jamshedpur: Bharatiya Janata Party has sharply condemned the incident of rape of a female patient at the Mahatma Gandhi Medical College Hospital, the largest government in Kolhan division, and termed it as shameful. 
BJP District President Dinesh Kumar, while addressing a press conference in this regard, has targeted the state government and Health Minister Banna Gupta. At the BJP district headquarters on Friday, District President Dinesh Kumar said that Health Minister Banna Gupta’s tenure of one and a half months has been extremely flop and disappointing. 
Kumar said thay only through inspection, the minister, who was only making headlines in the media, remained insensitive in the case of rape in MGM Hospital. 
BJP has raised the demand for high level investigation of the said rape incident and completion of the hearing in the fast track court. The BJP district president has raised the demand for the suspension of MGM Hospital Superintendent Dr. Nakul Chaudhary and hospital personnel convicted of concealing evidence, including the demand for the resignation of Health Minister Banna Gupta, and to file a case under the relevant sections.
 The BJP also put the district administration and Hemant government in the dock on this matter. Dinesh Kumar said that the large government hospital in Kolhan, which treats patients, is on ventilator itself. The female patient is raped and the hospital administration tries diligently to gather evidence and suppress the case, this act is more deadly and deadly than the corona virus. While stating that the Chief Minister Hemant Soren Nitin government was Bhishma Pitamah, the woman’s identity was robbed in the government hospital, but like Bhishma Pitamah, the Chief Minister and the state government are silent. Appreciating the role of BJP workers and local media in the entire episode, the BJP said that after pressure created through social media and local media, the Jamshedpur police became active in the case and the victim’s statement could be registered. In this case, the BJP will meet Deputy Commissioner Ravi Shankar Shukla at 4 pm on Saturday, demanding immediate action against the culprits. BJP district president Dinesh Kumar, district general minister Anil Modi, district media spokesperson Ankit Anand and Deepak Parikh were present in the press conference.
Case filed after instruction from CM and Health Minister: – It may be known that the case of rape in MGM Hospital was revealed on Thursday. Police has registered an FIR after taking a statement from the victim. The incident happened a few days ago, when the woman was hospitalized. According to the victim, she was raped in bed. On knowing about the case, the hospital management understood the victim and sent him home. 

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