Bihar Government will take Strict Action against those involved in Black marketing of Medicines and oxygen
GG News Bureau
Patna, 6th May. Bihar government will take strict action against those who are involved in black marketing of medicines and oxygen. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has asked the office bearers to find out about shopkeepers who are selling Remdesivir and Oxygen Cylinders in the market. He asked to keep an eye on the kind of businessmen who are doing this in the time of crisis and take strong action against them.
Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has instructed the authorities to take action against private ambulances who charge arbitrary charges from patients. Along with this instructed the health department to increase the number of ambulances on its behalf. The Chief Minister also directed that the Health Department and District Magistrate should take information about the health facilities there from the patients in Covid private hospitals.
The Chief Minister held a high-level review meeting on Wednesday through video conferencing and gave several important instructions on the availability and supply of oxygen. He said that patients have to ensure availability of medicines and oxygen in every situation, so that they do not face any kind of difficulty. The Chief Minister said that information about admission, discharge, death report, oxygen supply and availability of doctors and nurses in hospitals should also be known.
Chief Minister Nitish Kumar directed that the number of beds in government medical college hospitals should be further increased. Motivate all physicians positively to ensure that there is no dearth in the treatment of corona infections. Monitor health services in sub-divisional level hospitals as well. Apart from this, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that the spread of corona infection is increasing in the state.
Considering the increasing number of corona patients, work should be done rapidly to increase oxygen production capacity by assessing oxygen needs. He then instructed to work by forming a high-level committee, which also includes the Department of Health and Industry, so that every decision can be expedited with coordination.