Health services are under question at JK Lone Hospital in Kota in Rajasthan in the case of 107 child deaths. During the investigation of the hospital, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights found that there were no window panes. The doors were broken. In such a situation, children were also suffering from adverse weather. Not only this, the commission found pig’s children roaming the hospital premises. Taking this seriously, the Commission has written to the Chief Secretary of Rajasthan to ensure that all the documents are available on January 7, Chief Medical Officer of the district.
Meanwhile, Lok Sabha speaker and Kota MP Om Birla has reached here and met the victim’s family. At the same time, a central team has also reached the hospital to investigate the case. Let us know that on December 29, the head of the National Child Rights Protection Priyank Kanungo visited the hospital with the team. He said that general maintenance items are also not available in the hospital. The cleaning system is also very bad. The Commission found that no records of hospital equipment were made.