Congress targets government over ‘failure’ to check swine flu outbreak

AICC General Secretary Ajay Maken told reporters that instead of taking steps on a war footing to check the outbreak, government has slashed the budget of the Health ministry by Rs 6,000 crore.

He claimed that there was paucity of vaccination and tablets for the treatment of the flu even in the national capital and protective gear for the doctors and nurses were hardly available.

Claiming that there were no testing laboratories in government hospitals, he said that patients are being charged in the range of Rs 5,000 to Rs 9,000 for the tests in private facilities.

Maken also accused the government of failing to launch an awareness drive through the media to make people aware about the ‘dos and don’ts’.

Source: International Cricket Council World Cup 2015 and Cricket News Latest Match

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