‘Patient and dead body on same bed all night’ in Ludhiana hospital: Sukhbir Badal posts picture, lambasts AAP govt over 'false achievements’ in health sector : The Tribune India

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‘Patient and dead body on same bed all night’ in Ludhiana hospital: Sukhbir Badal posts picture, lambasts AAP govt over 'false achievements’ in health sector

‘Patient and dead body on same bed all night’ in Ludhiana hospital: Sukhbir Badal posts picture, lambasts AAP govt over 'false achievements’ in health sector

Photo posted on X by Sukhbir Singh Badal.



Tribune News Service

Ludhana, April 15

Akali chief and former Punjab deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Sunday night posted a picture from Ludhiana civil hospital where a patient and a corpse were allegedly lying on the same bed.

Badal hit out at the AAP government over alleged false “achievements” in the health sector in the state.

“A picture tells a thousand words. This picture - of a patient and a corpse lying on the same bed at the Ludhiana civil hospital is a true reflection of health services in Punjab under Aam Aadmi Party rule. All this has come about because chief minister @BhagwantMann believes in doing cheap tamashas to advertise the so-called @AamAadmiParty govt “achievements” in the health sector even as the stark reality is there for all to see.”

A patient admitted in the emergency ward died and his body kept lying with another patient the whole night. Two patients were sharing the same bed due to shortage of beds.

A doctor from the civil Hospital on the condition of anonymity said that the man had a head injury and was probably not attended due to which he died and it was in the morning that it came forward about his death.

Deputy Commissioner Sakshi Sawhney has asked the health department to submit a report regarding the incident.

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