News of Hamidia Hospital Fire Tragedy: Dean, Superintendent and Director of Gmc Retired, Cpa Engineer Suspended


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Bhopal

Published by: Ravindra bhajani
Updated Wed, Nov 10, 2021 4:38 PM IST

Summary

Prime Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan removed the Dean, Superintendent and Director of Gandhi Medical College. Suspended CPA Associate Engineer.

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The state government has removed the dean, superintendent and operator of Gandhi Medical College in connection with the Kamala Nehru Hospital fire on the Hamidia Hospital premises. Along with this, instructions have been issued to suspend the CPA’s Assistant Electrical Wing Engineer.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had called a major meeting in Vallabh Bhawan on Wednesday morning on the Hamidia case. At this meeting, the Minister of Public Health and Family Welfare, Prabhuram Chaudhary, the Minister of Medical Education, Vishwas Sarang, the Minister of the Interior, Narottam Mishra, the Minister in Charge of Bhopal, Bhupendra Singh, the Chief Secretary, the Chief Secretary of the office of the chief minister, the chief secretary of the Department of Health, the chief secretary of the Department of the Interior. Various other officials, including

Following CM’s discontent at the meeting, Gandhi Medical College Dean Jitendra Shukla, Hamidia Hospital Superintendent Dr. Lokendra Dave, Director of Kamala Nehru KK Dubey Hospital has been removed from office. Awadhesh Bhadauria, associate engineer for CPA Electricity Wing, has been suspended.

There will be a fire safety audit of the hospitals.

Earlier, after taking information on this matter, the Chief Minister had ordered on Tuesday that an immediate fire safety audit be carried out of all public and private hospitals. He had said that the state government will implement all necessary measures to ensure that such an incident does not happen again. Oxygen lines have been placed in many hospitals to treat Kovid-19. This is in addition to the need for fire safety audits in hospitals.


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