Agra. A video of Agra’s SN Medical College is going viral on social media. Due to the negligence of the staff, monkeys entered the cancer department building and broke the medicines kept in the nurse’s station. They tore the papers. When medicines and prescriptions were seen scattered in the gallery outside the room, the patients captured the incident on camera. This video went viral on social media. Head of Department Dr. Surbhi Mittal says that all this has happened due to the negligence of the nurses. Principal of SN Medical College has asked to investigate and take action in this matter.
Viral videos on social media are being told on Tuesday morning of the cancer department of the clock building located in the SN Medical College campus. In this, some medicines and some papers are lying scattered in the gallery. Many vials of medicines are broken. The papers are torn. When information was taken from Dr. Surbhi Mittal, President of Cancer Department regarding the video, he said that Ankita, the nurse on duty, had left the door of the nurse station room open late at night. Because of this, some monkeys entered the room even before his arrival in the morning. The antibiotics kept in it and the pamphlets on which the medicines are offered were torn by the monkeys. Spread out in the gallery.
Not only the patient-caretaker but also the doctor is upset due to the terror of monkeys.
Let us tell you that there is terror of monkeys in SN Medical College. Not only the patient-caretaker, but also the doctors are worried. If the door of a room is left open even for a few moments, monkeys cause harm. Many patients and attendants have been attacked by monkeys. The channel towards the nurse’s station in the cancer department is always closed for fear of harm.SN Dr. Prashant Gupta, Principal of the Medical College, says that the video of monkeys wasting medicines and prescriptions has come to the fore. It is being investigated. Whose negligence in this matter is also being ascertained. Necessary action will be taken after investigation.
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