Jammu and Kashmir News
JAMMU, JULY 07-Minister for Health and Medical Education, ARI and Trainings Choudhary Lal Singh today visited the Super Specialty Hospital (SSH) Jammu and took stock of the damages caused due to short circuit.
The Medical Superintendent of the hospital informed the Minister that Fire extinguishers were pressed into service and fire was brought under control, and there was no loss of property other than UPS batteries.
Administrator GMC, Mrs. Babila Rakhwal apprised the Minister that various allied services of the hospital like Fire Hydrant System, CCTV Cameras, Telephone Exchange, CSSD, Water Pump, DG Sets and Electric Sub Station, AC Plant Lifts and Gas pipe line have not been handed over officially by the CPWD despite repeated reminders.
Taking a serious note of the issue, Choudhary Lal Singh directed the hospital administration to approach CPWD for taking over the hospital building officially after ensuring all allied services are provided. He said SSH has been constructed under Pradhanmantri Swasthya Sureksha Yojna (PMSSY) at an estimated cost of Rs. 120 crore.