State Times NewsJAMMU: Neeraj Gupta Social activist raised serious concern over the poor Medicare facilities being provided to patients suffering from various diseases at GMC Jammu amid Covid scare.Briefing media persons here, Gupta said that due to lack Medicare and other facilities in GMC Jammu, he has decided to sit on oneday hunger strike along with his supporters on September 28 in the GMC hospital premises.He further said that the Govt is not paying heed to the supplies of essential services in GMC. He asserted that there is acute shortage of medicines, Ventilators, CT Scan, Oxygen in GMC Jammu and even medical staff including para medical staff are not sufficient to cater the rush of patients in the GMC Jammu. This negligent attitude of Govt. added miseries to the life of common masses, he added.Gupta said that if Govt. will not improve the circumstance then the hunger strike will continue for further period.
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