The Telangana Health and Medical Department on Wednesday said it has requested an investigation into leading of ‘puja and homam (sacred fire)’ in the state-run Gandhi Hospital in Hyderabad.
A senior specialist and a portion of the clinic staff, two days prior, held puja looking for divine gifts for expecting moms and new conceived babies.
Gandhi Hospital representative director N Narasimha Rao said they could never empower such practices in the healing center and a council has been selected to investigate the issue.
Ramesh Reddy, Director of Medical Education, Telangana said a request has been requested.
“The administrator of the healing facility has been made a request to direct the request. We are certain that any such action ought not occur anyplace close to the patient care offices including wards.
“On the off chance that it is led outside the healing facility premises, at that point it is fine. In any case, on the off chance that it is done (according to media reports) close gynecology office in the healing center or close patients and made aggravation them, at that point it is an issue,” Reddy told PTI.
The lady specialist who took part in the puja advocated it saying they didn’t utilize government cash for it.
Gandhi Hospital agent administrator N Narasimha Rao said they could never energize such practices in the healing center and a board has been selected to investigate the issue.
He said there was no authorization to direct such exercises in the doctor’s facility and move will be made in light of the report.
The lady specialist who took an interest in the puja advocated it saying they didn’t utilize government cash for it.
“The puja is for the welfare of the patients and new conceived babies. We have not utilized government’s cash for the puja,” the specialist said.