Mahendra Nath Yadav Raised Questions On Health Facility In Basti, Deputy CM Replied
Basti News: As soon as the monsoon session of the UP Legislative Assembly begins, the opposition has started besieging the government on issues. Sadar MLA Mahendra Nath Yadav has raised questions regarding health facilities to the government in the assembly. Raising the question, he asked that in which districts of the state, district-wise how many community health centers and primary health centers are without doctors. Responding to this, the Deputy Chief Minister said that none of the community centers and primary health centers are without doctors.
In a starred question, MLA Mahendra asked that the government will provide all health facilities by deputing doctors as per the standard in community and primary health centers without doctors. Responding to this, he said that according to the availability, doctors are posted at the health centers of all the districts of the state. Where doctors are not posted, a letter has been written to Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission Prayagraj to provide doctors according to grade.
MLA’s question whether in response to the question related to the retirement benefits of IGRS complaint letter Girdhar Prasad Yadav, the Ministry of Women’s Welfare said that all the dues have been paid in 2022/23.
Responding to the question raised by Sadar MLA Mahendra Nath Yadav about the upgradation of diagnostic facilities in the Government Medical College located in District Basti, the Deputy Chief Minister said that necessary modern/upgraded diagnostic facilities should be made available department-wise to the patients in the said Autonomous State Medical College. Has been From health centers to government medical colleges, the government is continuously striving for the interests of the patients. In response to the question, Deputy Chief Minister and Health Minister Brajesh Pathak said that essential medicines supplied by the Medical Supplies Corporation Limited, Lucknow, are available in OPEC Hospital, Calif, affiliated to Basti Medical College, and are being distributed free of cost to the patients.