Drinking water crisis in Bharatpur's largest RBM hospital... 

Along with the patients admitted in RBM, the biggest hospital of Bharatpur divisions of Rajasthan, their families are also very worried. The reason for the problem is that due to the scorching heat and heatwave, the hospital administration is facing the problem of water shortage. Due to drinking water crisis in RBM Hospital, patients and their families are wandering here and there. In the scorching heat, one has to buy expensive water from the market again and again and drink it.

The building of RBM Hospital has 6 floors. Wards have been made to admit patients from the third floor to the sixth floor. No arrangement for drinking water has been made for the patients admitted in the ward. Now all the patients admitted to the hospital from the third floor to the sixth floor, they or their family members have to go down and out of the hospital to get drinking water.

There is no water in the water coolers installed outside the hospital. Patients and their families are forced to drink water by purchasing water bottles from the market at expensive prices. It is noteworthy that water coolers are installed at two places on the ground floor of district RBM Hospital, but there is no water in the water coolers. For the patients admitted here, their relatives come down from the upper floor to fetch water. When there is no water in the water cooler, people quench the thirst of themselves and their patients by purchasing water bottles from the market.

 What does the CMS of the hospital say?

Regarding the drinking water crisis, Chief Medical Officer of district Hospital RBM, Dr. nagendra Singh Bhadauria said that no water points have been made anywhere in the hospital building. Creating a water point in the ward increases the chances of dirt, infection and even slip. In view of the heat, we have installed two new water coolers on the ground. Places will be identified and water coolers will be installed through donors. In view of the water problem, alternative arrangements for water tankers will be made in the ward. So that patients and family members do not face any problem.

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