Congress blames govt for lack of infra in MGM Hospital
The State government continues to ignore the healthcare of the people, TPCC official spokesperson Addanki Dayakar said.
Warangal: The State government continues to ignore the healthcare of the people, TPCC official spokesperson Addanki Dayakar said.
Speaking at a meeting organised by All India Professionals Congress (AIPC) that discussed the issues faced by the MGM Hospital here on Tuesday, he said that government which was spending thousands of crores for irrigation projects did not have the heart to improve the health care facilities in the State.
"Warangal, the epicentre of Telangana Movement, would soon see another agitation. This time around for healthcare facilities in the region especially demanding appointment of doctors, medical equipment and infrastructure," Dayakar said.
Even though the MGM Hospital is the lifeline of north Telangana besides catering to the healthcare needs of Sironcha region in Maharashtra, the government has blithe concern towards improving the facilities.
The ruling TRS leaders have time to inaugurate the private hospitals but has no time for exerting pressure on the government for the betterment of services in MGM Hospital, he said.
Warangal DCC President N Rajender Reddy said that TRS people's representatives who time and again visit the hospital assure its development but to no avail.
He found fault with the ruling party leaders for not putting efforts to improve the facilities in the hospital.
The programme was organised under the aegis of AIPC president Puli Anil Kumar in which Md Riaz, Dr Ramchandra Naik, Md Ayub, Mirza Azeezulla Baig, Poshala Padma, and T Rammohan Rao were among others present.