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Gorakhpur hospital had been warned about shortage of oxygen

Deccan Herald Saturday, 12 August 2017
Amid the Uttar Pradesh governments claim that lack of oxygen was not behind the death of 30 children at BRD Medical College in Gorakhpur, it has been revealed that the hospital administration had been warned in advance about the impending shortage of the life saving gas.

According to the sources in the BRD medical college, the...
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News video: Gorakhpur Tragedy: IMA Blames Hospital For Deaths Due To Oxygen Shortage

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A fact finding team of the Indian Medical Association has held the hospital management responsible for carelessness which resulted in a series of deaths in the encephalitis ward of the Baba Ram Das Hospital due to shortage of Oxygen.

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