In the letter, it has been said that there should be an action plan for any hospital, whether it is government or private, if there is no fire.
Union Ministry of Home Affairs.
The Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has asked states and union territories to conduct a detailed fire safety review of hospitals and nursing homes to prevent incidents of fire. Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla has written a letter to the chief secretaries of the states and the administrators of the union territories, asking them to ensure fire safety measures.
The Home Secretary said that in view of recent incidents of fire in hospitals and especially in view of hot weather, there is short circuit due to over-heat or overloading of hospital wiring, which leads to fire and loss of life and infrastructure Harm happens. The spokesman said that the letter said that there should be an action plan for any hospital, whether government or private, if there is no fire. This should be taken care of especially in Kovid-19 dedicated hospitals.
Double trouble due to fire
Recently, after the incidents of fire in many Kovid hospitals, such a letter has been written to the states by the Union Ministry. Corona cases are increasing everyday in the country, due to which the number of patients in hospitals has increased, along with the lack of resources, the hospitals are also facing them. In such a situation, any incident of fire in Kovid hospitals is bringing double trouble.
There was a fire in these Kovid hospitals
A hospital was set on fire in the country’s capital Delhi on Tuesday night. The fire took place in a UK nursing home in Vikaspuri, a Kovid hospital. After a lot of hard work, everyone was saved safely by overcoming the fire. At least 18 patients of the corona virus died in a fire at a hospital in Bharuch in Gujarat (Gujarat) 4 days ago on Friday night. In the heartbreaking pictures of the accident, the bodies of some patients were seen scorching on stretchers and beds. At the same time, a week ago, 4 people were killed in a hospital fire in Thane, Maharashtra.
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