Wednesday, June 3, 2020

PPE Kits Fail In Quality: Medical College Returns Supply?

Straight Line News Network

Jammu, April 21: President, Doctor’s Association Kashmir revealed that the PPE kits procured by Jammu Kashmir Medical Supplies Corporation Ltd have been returned by Medical College Srinagar, as it failed in the quality test.

He took to social media networking site twitter and said, “Medical college Srinagar returned back PPE kits to JKMSL as they failed the quality test.”

According to a report by Deccan Herald, doctors at territory care at SKIMS hospital in Srinagar have skipped lunch breaks and have been working non-stop for eight hours in a single protective gear to overcome the shortage of personnel protection equipment (PPE).

One question has arisen here that if the quality of PPE kits failed at Medical college, then, who were the authorities at JKMSCL, who approved the procurement? Another question is what actions shall be taken against the suppliers.

So far, there have been no whispers from the authorities in Jammu & Kashmir. If the PPE kits failed in the quality test, then it is a matter of high-level inquiry.


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