Don’t play politics over deaths: NC
‘PDP Taking Sadistic Pleasure Out Of Infant Deaths’
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Srinagar, May 21: National Conference today attacked the politicians ‘playing’ with the sentiments of the people who lost their babies in the GB Pant Hospital.
NC spokesman Tanvir Sadiq while reacting to various press conferences from leaders of political parties said that it’s shameful that they are playing politics and trying to mantle the role of messiah when they are clearly making the situation worse.
The spokesman said that the party is pained and shares the sorrow with the families who lost their babies adding that some leaders are projecting and attacking the government instead of trying to support Chief Minister Omar Abdullah who is trying to overhaul the whole hospital to ensure that all the facilities are available to the patients.
Tanvir said that keeping in view the gravity of the situation, the Chief Minister had stepped in and ensured that steps are taken to strengthen existing infrastructure and equipment in the hospitals by providing required equipment, upgrading diagnostic facilities and ensuring timely supply of medicines.
“Omar Sahib is pained and shares the sorrow with the families of the babies and visited the hospital, took immediate steps and ensured that an upright and experienced doctor heads it,” said Tanvir adding “he met the civil society members and agreed to all their demands to ensure all facilities are available to the patients. “Why are some leaders trying to take political mileage out of it?” he asked.
Terming the statement of PDP president as ‘shameful and in utter bad taste’ the spokesman said that she ‘takes sadistic pleasure out of the miseries of the people otherwise why instead of acting as a healthy opposition and demanding a meeting with the authorities to know the steps taken she in a public meeting talks about such a sensitive issue.’
“The PDP president took sadistic pleasure out of the incident in GB Pant. How can she stoop so low and take political advantage out of this as well,” asked Tanvir.
The spokesman said that on the instructions of Chief Minister, the Health department has already initiated the process of formulation of Detailed Project Report for the construction of new 200-bed pediatric hospital at Srinagar adding that the seriousness can been seen by the immediate identification of the land for the hospital at Dewan Bagh.
NC MLAs Yaseen Shah, D.S. Oberio and G.N. Pardesi have appreciated the Chief Minister for taking immediate steps with regards to GB Pant Hospital.
Lastupdate on : Mon, 21 May 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 21 May 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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