The Shiv Sena said on Monday that nothing will come out of the Center, simply expressing sorrow over the deaths of infants in a fire at a hospital in Bhandara in Maharashtra and asked it to work on the health system, as it happens. is produced under the regime of former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehrus.
In the editorial by its spokesperson Saamana, the Shiv Sena also accused the BJP opposition in the state of seeking to exploit the tragedy for political gain and called the act the height of bravery.
Ten infants died while seven others were rescued after the fire in a special newborn ward at Bhandara District General Hospital last Saturday.
The Shiv Sena – which is in power in Maharashtra with the NCP and Congress – said it did not paint a good picture of the government’s health system claiming the lives of children in rural areas when Industrial agreements worth 20 lakh crores are inked state.
The Shiv Sena called for an audit of Maharashtra’s entire health system and, without naming Health Minister Rajesh Tope, said he should make sure the machines are working beyond the management of the COVID-19 situation.
The Center expressed sorrow over the (Bhandara) incident. What will happen by expressing (only) grief? he asked.
(He) should play a little less politics, stop splurging on elections and work on the health care system as happened during the Pandit Nehrus regime, the Marathi newspaper added.
The party led by Uddhav Thackeray said Nehru had established institutes such as AIIMS and added that such steps should be taken in some key cities in the country.