Tejashwi Yadav News: Nitish-Tejashwi face to face on the report of NITI Aayog, RJD leaders are counting the story of the plight of hospitals

Tejashwi Yadav News: Nitish-Tejashwi face to face on the report of NITI Aayog, RJD leaders are counting the story of the plight of hospitals
Bihar CM Nitish Kumar has raised questions on the report of the NITI Aayog released on the health system. He said on Monday that it is not right to release the report without looking into the works done in the state. Whatever work is being done in the field of health in Bihar, its report has always been sent to NITI Aayog, in such a situation it is not appropriate to issue the report without making an assessment. Even though Nitish Kumar has raised questions on this report, Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav has retaliated. Referring to the recent few news related to the health system on Twitter, he has targeted the Chief Minister.

RJD did this tweet
RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav made a tweet in this regard on Tuesday. In which he wrote, ‘It seems that apart from getting tired of respected Nitish ji, now seeing and hearing have also stopped. Recently there are few news to convey, show and hear them.
1. The dog ran away with the leg amputated during the treatment from the operation theater
2. Dogs sitting on beds in hospitals
3. Mice that ate the fingers of a newborn

Bihar at the bottom rung in the report of NITI Aayog, the media asked if the minister Mangal Pandey was seen running away, watch the video

Tejashwi had targeted Nitish earlier also
Earlier, Tejashwi Yadav had surrounded the Nitish government on the report of NITI Aayog even after returning from Delhi to Patna on 3 October. Tejashwi had said that there is corruption in Bihar, there is crime in Bihar. He is a tired Chief Minister. Bihar did not survive with them. They have no interest in handling Bihar, in the progress of the people of Bihar, nor in taking Bihar forward. Rather they just have to save their chair.

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What is in the report of NITI Aayog on the health system of Bihar
In fact, according to the NITI Aayog report, a study on the condition of district hospitals in Bihar ranks at the bottom. On an average, there are 24 beds per one lakh population in the country. Puducherry tops the list with 222 beds. In Bihar only six beds are available per one lakh population. Regarding this report, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar openly expressed his views on the report of NITI Aayog on Tuesday.

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CM Nitish said – the situation has improved in our government
The Chief Minister said that Bihar is at number three in the country after Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra in terms of population, while it is at number 12 in terms of area. Bihar has the highest population per square kilometer in the country. These circumstances of Bihar have to be kept in mind. We had also read a report earlier about Bihar that poor families of Bihar have to spend more on treatment than food. Earlier Bihar lacked basic facilities in the field of health. But in our government the situation has improved.

Nitish said on health ranking – ‘… it is a strange thing’
Nitish said that we have already said many things in the meetings of NITI Aayog. The commission says the same things about the whole country. If the whole country is being treated as one type, then it is a strange thing. Bihar cannot be compared with Maharashtra today. The richest state cannot be compared with the poorest state. The Chief Minister said that many medical colleges, hospitals and universities have been established in Bihar. The number of beds in hospitals has been increased.

What did the Chief Minister say on the whole matter
Nitish Kumar said that earlier very few people used to go to the government hospitals of Bihar for treatment. In hospitals, dogs used to sit on beds instead of patients. On an average, 39 people were treated in a month in primary health centres. Our government worked fast in the field of health. We provided free system of medicine as well as doctors in PHCs and hospitals. Now an average of 10 thousand patients are treated in a month in PHC.


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