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AIG Attacker Still Geting VIP Treatment In Patiala

July 3rd, 2013

The vice president of Youth Akali dal, Maninder pal Singh is still enjoying the VIP treatment in the hospital. It is quite evident that Maninder singh was accused of attacking and beating the AIG in Ludiana in 2012. It has been more one one month for Maninder Singh to be enjoying the VIP treatment in Rajindera hospital in Patiala.

AIG Attacker Still Geting VIP Treatment In Patiala

Here the fact which attracts the attention of the people is that he was declared to be fit by Dr. Ashish who is the head of Medicine wing few days earlier. Even though he is still in the hospital and is not being shifted to Jail.

Sunny attacked SS Mand brutally and was sent to jail for this crime. However, after that on the date of May 30, he was shifted to the hospital in Patiala when he complaint the problem in his chest and high blood pressure. He was shifted to the air conditioned hospital. Moreover, one of the senior doctors of the hospital revealed that he declared him fit and even though he meets his well wishers in the room which is heavily guarded plus the meals for him are ordered from outside.

Dr. Ashish also included that even after being declared fit; the superintendent did not shift him back to the jail. However, VK Shradha who is the medical superintendent remained mum when asked to comment in this matter.

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Five People Got Held For Smuggling Of Approximately 5 Lakh Intoxicant Capsules In Patiala

July 2nd, 2013

Rajpura Police recently arrested five people for the smuggling of approximately five lakhs intoxicants in their truck. In addition to this, the accused were also charged for trying to bribe the police in order to hush up this case. SP Bhupinder Singh, who is SP of the police team at Rajpura intercepted the truck in their specific tip off and they were successful in seizing five lakhs intoxicants capsules from that truck. These drugs were hidden in the boxes of vegetables and fruits.

Five People Got Held For Smuggling Of Approximately 5 Lakh Intoxicant Capsules In Patiala

The police in the Rajpura have arrested five people in for smuggling approximately five lakhs intoxicant capsules.

The police arrested five occupants of the truck, identified as Jagdish Singh of Ferozepur, who was driving the vehicle; Arvinder Kumar of Chandan Nagar, Ludhiana; Ashok Kumar of Shakti Vihar, Ludhiana, and cleaner Tarsem Lal.

There were five occupants in the truck and they were identified as the Jagdish Singh from Ferozepur and the as the driver. The other was Ashok Kumar of Shakti Vihar, Arvinder Kumar from Chandan Nagar and Tarsem lal from Patiala.

The SP further included that the two of the arrested occupants offered Rs. 50,000 to ASI for hushing up this case.

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Punjab Government Is Yet To Pay The Awaiting Medical Costs Of LPU Student In Patiala

July 2nd, 2013

The private hospital in Patiala has claimed that the state government has not given any type of directions or any other written assurance to reimburse the pending payment of approximately twenty five lakhs rupees which were spent on Yannick Nihangaza who was admitted in the hospital after the attacks on him in Jalandhar. The Kanishka Nohria who is the general manager in Columbia Asia hospital said that they had not yet got any type of written commitment from the side of state government for reimbursement of the expenses which incurred in Burundi national.

The Punjab government had extended a sum of Rs. 5 lakhs towards medical expenses for Yannick. But the expenses incurred on the Burundi national, who is still admitted here are much more, hospital sources said.

Punjab Government Is Yet To Pay The Awaiting Medical Costs Of LPU Student In Patiala

The hospital sources further confirmed that the governments has given the amount of five lakhs rupees for the medical expenses of the Yannick however, the expenses which incurred on Burundi national were lot more.

Particularly, in the month of January in current this year the hospital sent bill of approximately 30 lakhs rupees to Punjab government for the reimbursement.

It is quite evident fact that Yannick Nihangaza who is twenty three years old and is the student of B sc computers was attacked in Jalandhar by the group of some youngster on the date of April 2012. He was severely beaten by them and attacked by the stones and left at the roadside. However, some people who passed from that area took him to the hospital and were then shifted to Columbia Asia Hospital.

 

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Government Fails In Providing Incentives For The Basmati Cultivation In Patiala

July 2nd, 2013

It is quite evident fact that the sowing season has started from this month however the farmers who are interested in the cultivation of basmati are still kept in dilemma from the support price of the crop as well as its marketing options by the state as well as the centre government. This confusion for the market support from the government has discourages the farmers. It is also important that the state as well as the centre government has been encouraging the farmers to cultivate this crop in Kharif season.

According to the estimate of the agricultural department of the state, the total production of the crop is expected to approximately in six hectares which was only in 4.5 hectares last year in Patiala.

Government Fails In Providing Incentives For The Basmati Cultivation In Patiala

According to the reports if the agricultural economists the government is supposed to promote the crop at its level best. In addition to this besides providing the refined and international standards basmati, it should also provide the farmers better marketing options along with the minimal support prices.

An agricultural economist, Kesar Singh Bhangu at the Punjab University said that marketing options with this quality of seeds is a difficult process. It is essential that the government should provide the suitable and high quality seeds in order to ensure the best crop.

The various varieties of the Basmati rice are generally sown in the month of July since in this month it consumes less water comparatively which in turn reduces the overall costs for the farmers. The conventional paddy varieties of crop take approximately 160 to 170 days for maturing and besides this it demands more water. The basmati has proved as one of the lucrative propositions for the farmers since they get only Rs. 2,300 to Rs.2, 400 per quintal in the different basmati varieties however Rs. 1,350 for the non basmati rice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Other Patients Are Kept Waiting While The Criminals Are Getting VIP Treatment In Patiala

July 2nd, 2013

A criminal who is accused of the attempt to murder is now getting a VIP treatment while the other patients are kept on waiting list that really needs the treatment in Patiala. This can be seen from the instance that the Mninder Singh who is accused of injuring AIG is relaxing in the AC room while an old woman is kept for three days on the round without food and clothes. However, there is no shortage kept for the luxuries of Sunny Johar.

Moreover, for the past three days a man is also lying nearby to the bed of the accused that is even not getting even a bed in the hospital of Patiala. The old lady is surviving on the biscuits and tea for the last three days since she is not even provides the food which is given by the hospital authorities to the patients. In this case, only a signature of doctor is required for giving the food to the patient.

Other Patients Are Kept Waiting While The Criminals Are Getting VIP Treatment In Patiala

When the media approached to Dr. Harshinder Kaur she said that she already scolded the junior staff for not providing the old woman food and clothes. However, she refused to comment further apart from this.

In addition to this when media was involved in this issue, then not only were the clothes provided to the old woman but also the free meals.  The woman tells her name Gomati however she is not able to reveal about her family.

However, the hospital authorities could easily free the bed for the lady and moreover, or they could move the other jail inmates of the accused to some other ward.

Moved to the ward of inmates

When the issue of criminal getting VIP treatment was raised by the media, the accused was transferred to the other ward where his other jail inmates were kept. This ward was specially made for the prisoners. In addition to this the AC cooler which was installed by the staff was removed and an inquiry has been ordered against the medical staff by the authorities of hospital.

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PSEB Engineers Decided To Intensify Their Agitation In Patiala

July 1st, 2013

The PSEBEA (PSEB Engineers Association) has decided to intensify their agitation against the policies of the PSPCL management. The main reason behind this is that the management 0f the PSPCL management has still not fulfilled the demands of these engineers. In a meeting the, the head of this organization Baldev Singh saran said that they hold a Dharna against the management of July 5.

Saran also included that he had discussed this matter with the chief minister earlier in October 2012 in some meeting and the chief minister admired the point of view and therefore directed the management to implement the policies however, the management has failed to do so since it was the time bound matter.

PSEB Engineers Decided To Intensify Their Agitation In Patiala

He also included that the management has completely failed to implement the plans and the decisions which were taken in that particular meeting and therefore they are holding a dharna against the management. Moreover, the management of PSPCL is working on the pace of snail for the project of `Mukerian thermal power plant which is one of the most important aspects which will be helpful in reducing the cost of power in the state.

He also requested chief minister of the state in order to intervene and ask the management to follow the given direction as soon as possible.

Saran also included that the management has failed to implement the plans for the recruitment of AEs as well as the staff which was necessary for the project since it was falling short of staff for the project. In addition to this it was also not able to provide the quota which was allocated to BBMB staff members. He also claimed that the injustice of the management did not end here since it is also issuing the show cause notices to the engineers in the false grounds.

 

 

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A Boy Died Because Of Lack Of The Life-Saving Equipments In The Patiala Hospital

July 1st, 2013

Death of the ten year old boy the OICU and NICU unit of the Rajinder hospital in Patiala because of the insufficient medical equipments has raised the question mark on the facilities available in the hospitals of Patiala. This is a regrettable situation which should be rectified as soon as possible. Moreover, even the doctors of the hospital said that that child could be saved if there were the sufficient medical equipments available in the hospital.

According to a doctor of the hospital, it was right that the child was brought to the hospital in a very serious condition however; the life of the child could be easily saved if there were the right equipments available at that time.

A Boy Died Because Of Lack Of The Life-Saving Equipments In The Patiala Hospital

According to records, it is quite evident that the hospital has not given any ventilator or some other life saving equipments in the past years.

According to the reports the name of the child was Hardeep Singh and he was transferred from a local hospital to the hospital in Patiala on the Complaint of dehydration however, in the state of emergency the doctors had to transfer him to the pediatric ward, where this child died after some time only because of the unavailability of the appropriate life saving equipments.

One of the doctors of the hospital has revealed that in the course of last three months there have been approximately eleven air conditioners supplied to the maintenance of the Doctors room and the stores however, the authorities failed to pay attention on the medical equipments which will be necessary for the patients. Moreover, there were several timers requirements sent to the PICU and NICU, however the authorities did not provided the required equipments.

It is very important that the authorities PICU and NICU should provide the required medical equipments as soon as possible in order to avoid future problems.

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