Hospital becomes ‘Maykhana’ in Bihar
Regarding the viral video, Triveniganj Police Station President Sandeep Kumar Singh said that I have also received the video, whose veracity is being closely investigated. Action will be taken against those who are guilty.
Supaul: There is a prohibition law in Bihar. All the officials of the government are engaged to implement the law. Action is taken daily.
Despite this, till now it has not seen any effect on the ground. Every day the case of flouting the law comes to the fore. The latest case is related to Triveniganj Sub-Divisional Hospital in Supaul district.
Actually, a video is going viral, in which Subhash Singh, an accountant posted in the hospital, along with his colleagues, is seen having a party of liquor with meat in the hospital quarters.
Hospital becomes ‘Maykhana’ in Bihar, as evening falls, liquor party runs in staff quarters
The video is from the official residence of the accountant located on the hospital premises, in which the accountant along with his colleagues is seen spilling liquor with meat and rice.
At the same time, another video is from inside the medicine shop located opposite the gate of the hospital, in which the accountant is seen enjoying liquor with Pawan Kumar, the manager of Chauhan Education Trust working in the hospital.
At the same time, there is another person with them, who is giving it to both of them by making a drink of alcohol.
Action will be taken against the culprits
In this regard, the resident informed Health Minister Mangal Pandey by phone on Wednesday. At the same time, the Health Minister has assured action after taking all the information.
The resident told that they had gone to the hospital to see a patient, where everyone was missing from duty. On investigation, the whole matter came to light.
Here, when Triveniganj Police Station President Sandeep Kumar Singh was asked concerning the viral video, he said that I have also received the video, whose veracity is being closely investigated.
Action will be taken against those who are guilty.