New Delhi: The inquiry report of the death of innocent children in BRD Medical College, Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh has been handed over by the District Magistrate Rajiv Rawaila. In this, Pushpa sales, an oxygen cylinder suppliers and in-charge of the Oxygen Unit, Satish has been held responsible for negligence. In the report, it was said that Satish was informed in writing about the matter, but he interrupted supplies of oxygen cylinders. Although he is responsible for the supply of oxygen cylinders. So he is guilty of it.
Apart from this, the full details of transactions in the stock book were not written. The stock book was not observed or signed by Satish, who showed Satish’s negligence. They did not take it seriously and took cumbersome care.
It has been said in the report that the most responsible officer of the college, Dr. Rajiv Mishra and Head of Anesthesia Department Dr. Satish Kumar left the medical college the next day after the inspection of the Chief Minister. And knowing the severity of the matter, these two officials did not discuss anything about the lack of oxygen before the CM.
The culprits of death due to lack of oxygen in Baba Raghav Das Medical College are the Principal and other in charge. In the report submitted to the governor of DM Gorakhpur, the negligence of all these has been revealed. It has been said in the report that this incident happened due to the negligence of Head of the Principal, Head of Anesthesia Department, CMS, Acting Principal, In charge of Neonatal Ward, Head of Pediatric Department. If these officials had taken action on time, then maybe this would not have happened.
In the report of the District Magistrate, the Oxygen Supplier Company has also mentioned the intention to make financial irregularities in the absence of payment. The report said that the company is responsible for preventing the supply of oxygen cylinders. Considering the lives of innocent children, the company should not have stopped the supply of oxygen cylinders.
The death of innocent children due to the lack of oxygen in Gorakhpur’s BRD Medical College shocked everyone. After the case came to light, it was argued from the company that supply of oxygen cylinders had to be stopped due to non-payment of last few months.