Caption: Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar throughout a Covid overview assembly in Kurukshetra on Sunday.Press Reporter News Service
Kurukshetra, Might 2
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar in the present day held a Covid overview assembly with the district officers and expressed unhappiness over the Covid sufferers admitted at personal hospitals not registered for Covid therapy.
He warned the officers of strict motion if any laxity was discovered on their half.
The Chief Minister mentioned that unregistered hospitals have admitted Covid sufferers, some have admitted sufferers past capability and the officers involved had no info. The portal is just not being up to date recurrently.
He requested the district officers to register good hospitals for Covid in order that Covid sufferers could possibly be despatched for therapy. He inquired concerning the situation and availability of infrastructure in any respect 13 registered hospitals and likewise sought day by day audit of the utilization of oxygen, beds and medicines.
The Chief Minister mentioned that the oxygen quota of Kurukshetra has been elevated to 6 MT and it could be elevated if required.
Khattar mentioned there have been complaints of overcharging towards personal ambulances and their minimal and per km fares have to be mounted. The costs of beds of personal hospitals additionally have to be mounted.
There isn’t any scarcity of oxygen however there are some constraints within the provide of oxygen. He additionally directed the deputy commissioner to maintain no less than 20 oxygen cylinders for emergency for Kurukshetra and Kaithal.
Whereas chatting with mediapersons, the CM mentioned, “There have been some complaints associated to Covid administration towards some officers in a number of districts and the federal government has been taking applicable motion. We additionally reprimanded the officers in public curiosity.”
Kurukshetra MP Nayab Saini, Thanesar MLA Subhash Sudha, Shahabad MLA Ramkaran Kala and all senior officers had been current through the assembly.