House Panel pitches for modern facilities
Srinagar, July 18: The Committee on Estimates (EC), Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly, today examined the situation arising as a result of infant deaths in GB Pant Hospital.
Under the chairmanship of MLA Choudhary Muhammad Ramzan, threadbare discussion was held on the facilities being provided to the patients at GB Pant Hospital and other hospitals of the State. The panel stressed for development of infrastructure and modern medical facilities at the hospital to minimize the infant death rate.
Legislators, Dr Mustafa Kamal, Haresh Dev Singh, Muhammad Sharief Niaz, A R Veeri, Ashwani Kumar Sharma, Naresh Kumar Gupta, Muhammad Ashraf Mir, Peerzada Mansoor Hussain, Muhammad Yasin Shah, Peer Afaq Ahmad, Syed Basharat Bukhari and Abdul Gaffar Sofi gave their suggestions for the improvement of health sector.
Among others, Commissioner Secretary Health and Medical Education, M K Devedi, Director SKIMS and other senior officers of Health and Medical Education Department besides officers of Assembly secretariat attend the meeting.
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