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Management of government hospital in Jaipur resented by patients
In Jaipuria Government Hospital, on September 22, the OPD server went down and all the services came to stand still. The long queues of patients suffering from seasonal diseases and many of them seriously ill had to go disappointed since they could not be admitted because the failure of the technology.

The kin accompanying patients created ruckus and scuffles took place between the hospital employees, patients and kin accompanying them. The testing services came to a halt and due to the behaviour of the patients, all the technicians closed their labs. This led to rioting like situation and patients' kin started damaging the furniture and other properties.

Hospital management has lodged an FIR with police and two so called rioters were arrested. However, they got the bail from the local court.

The hospital employees have demanded that a police post should be created on the hospital premises for their protection. On the other hand, people have demanded an inquiry against the dismal management and administration of the hospital

The road connecting the hospital to the Tonk Road is going to be widened by removing the encroachments so that ambulances can ply smoothly.

There is need to improve the quality of health services and the doctors and the support staff is needed to be professionalised and sensitised as service providers. The enquiries have never helped to improve services, they have become devices to divert attention for a few days only.

Hundreds of inquiries were ordered in the last few years, and things went bad from bad to worse.

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