Bihar’s second-largest hospital DMCH in diabolical state

Darbhanga (Bihar), May 22 (ANI): The facilities at the Darbhanga Medical College Hospital, one of the oldest medical colleges in Bihar after PMCH Patna, are in a diabolical state as it is filled with garbage and water logging and the hospital premise is in an utter unhygienic state with pigs, and cows hanging around. Depicting the condition, a helpless nurse Neelma Kumari said that they have been facing the same since 27 years, while adding that the situation worsens during the monsoon. She further said that the frontline workers are forced to serve by putting their life at risk. DMCH Medical Superintendent, Dr Mani Bhusan Sharma said, “The situation is not new because this hospital is too old and situated in a low lying area. In the same situation, we treat patients and they go after recovering from here.” People of many districts like Samastipur, Madhubani, Saharsa are dependent on DMCH.

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