Madhya Pradesh Government Receives HC Notice to Advocate for FIR in Hospital Fires | Bhopal News


BHOPAL / JABALPUR: A high court division bench of deputies issued notices to interviewees seeking a response to a petitioner demanding an FIR against those responsible for fire accidents in state hospitals, including the recent incident at Kamla Nehru Hospital in Bhopal which is part of a welfare state, the MP government itself should file an FIR against those responsible for the fires and the loss of life and property resulting from it. resulted.
The petition filed by Dr PG Najpande of Nagrik Upbhokta Margdarshak Manch stated that during the fire at Satna District Hospital on June 24, 2014, one child died and 10 other children were injured. A child died at Jabalpur Medical School on August 23, 2016, and 7 others were injured in a similar incident and at Kamla Nehru Hospital in Bhopal, 10 children died and seven were injured in a fire on 8 November 2016. The hospital has I have not had a fire safety certificate for 20 years. The claimant stated that he filed a petition with the court after the Satna hospital burned down. The state government admitted in court that there were no adequate security measures in the hospital to prevent the incident and assured the court that measures would be taken to ensure that such incidents were not reproduce more.
The petitioner said that 7 years after the incident, no action has been taken to prevent fires in hospitals and no FIRs have been filed against anyone in the incidents cited above.


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