CM asked for a report, why the x-ray investigation is not being done

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Ayodhya. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has taken cognizance of the case of digital X-ray service which has been stopped for five years at Rajarshi Dashrath Medical College, Darshannagar due to neglect of responsibilities. Referring to the news published in the July 12 issue in Amar Ujala, he has sent a letter to the DM and directed him to investigate and take necessary action within three days. Following the intervention of the Chief Counsel, there is now hope of launching this important service of the College of Physicians.
It is worth mentioning that on January 27, 2016, M/s Prognosis Medical Systems, Pvt. was bought in About one crore 67 lakh rupees were spent from its purchase to its installation. Apart from the district, this unique digital X-ray machine of the division had also benefited the patients of the neighboring district.
The machine had a five-year warranty but broke down after about a year and a half. Repeated correspondence was made with the company for repair. Despite this, the company did not pay attention. Here, in 2019, the Joint Divisional Hospital became part of the College of Medicine. Meanwhile, the machine could not be made. Here, the company Prognosis, which sold the machine, appointed another company as a service provider for the repair of the equipment, which has given a quotation indicating the expenditure of about eighteen lakh rupees on the repair of the team
The entire matter was prominently published by Amar Ujala in the July 12 issue with the headline “Digital X-ray machine not working for patients for five years”, which has been brought to the notice of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. The Chief Minister has sent a letter to the DM on July 19 and directed him to look into the matter and take necessary action within three days. Pursuant to this, DM Nitish Kumar has written a letter to CMO Dr. Ajay Raja for immediate report. After this, the CMO has sent a letter to the Medical College Administration to get information on the whole issue.
The Chief Minister has taken cognizance of the matter. CMO and DM have asked for information on the matter. They are informed of all the facts.
-Doctor. Satyajit Verma, Principal, Rajarshi Dashrath Medical College, Ayodhya
The CM’s office has been asked to investigate the case. The inquiry has been handed over to CMO Ayodhya. After the report, it will be decided because of whose negligence the digital x-ray machine was not repaired. The matter is serious. Strict action will be taken against the person responsible.
-Nitish Kumar, District Magistrate

Ayodhya. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has taken cognizance of the case of digital X-ray service which has been stopped for five years at Rajarshi Dashrath Medical College, Darshannagar due to neglect of responsibilities. Referring to the news published in the July 12 issue in Amar Ujala, he has sent a letter to the DM and directed him to investigate and take necessary action within three days. Following the intervention of the Chief Counsel, there is now hope of launching this important service of the College of Physicians.

It is worth mentioning that on January 27, 2016, M/s Prognosis Medical Systems, Pvt. was bought in About one crore 67 lakh rupees were spent from its purchase to its installation. Apart from the district, this unique digital X-ray machine of the division had also benefited the patients of the neighboring district.

The machine had a five-year warranty but broke down after about a year and a half. Repeated correspondence was made with the company for repair. Despite this, the company did not pay attention. Here, in 2019, the Joint Divisional Hospital became part of the College of Medicine. Meanwhile, the machine could not be made. Here, the company Prognosis, which sold the machine, appointed another company as a service provider for the repair of the equipment, which has given a quotation indicating the expenditure of about eighteen lakh rupees on the repair of the team

The entire matter was prominently published by Amar Ujala in the July 12 issue with the headline “Digital X-ray machine not working for patients for five years”, which has been brought to the notice of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. The Chief Minister has sent a letter to the DM on July 19 and directed him to look into the matter and take necessary action within three days. Pursuant to this, DM Nitish Kumar has written a letter to CMO Dr. Ajay Raja for immediate report. After this, the CMO has sent a letter to the Medical College Administration to get information on the whole issue.

The Chief Minister has taken cognizance of the matter. CMO and DM have asked for information on the matter. They are informed of all the facts.

-Doctor. Satyajit Verma, Principal, Rajarshi Dashrath Medical College, Ayodhya

The CM’s office has been asked to investigate the case. The inquiry has been handed over to CMO Ayodhya. After the report, it will be decided because of whose negligence the digital x-ray machine was not repaired. The matter is serious. Strict action will be taken against the person responsible.

-Nitish Kumar, District Magistrate

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