OPD services will continue in AIIMS even on the day of death, hospital withdraws leave order - Newztezz Online


Sunday, January 21, 2024

OPD services will continue in AIIMS even on the day of death, hospital withdraws leave order

The inauguration of Ram temple and the consecration of Ramlala is to be held in Ayodhya on Monday, 22nd January. On this occasion, government holiday has been declared in many states of the country. AIIMS, in one of its orders, had earlier closed the OPD of the hospital for half a day, but now this decision has been withdrawn.

The country's most important government hospital, All India Institute of Medical Sciences i.e. AIIMS, will remain open on Monday. Actually, Ram temple is to be inaugurated in Ayodhya tomorrow, Monday, 22 January. Since the consecration ceremony of Ram Lalla is also on Monday in the presence of the Prime Minister.

In such a situation, the hospital had earlier decided to stop OPD services till 2:30 pm, but now the hospital has withdrawn its order. From this it has become clear that patients can avail OPD services tomorrow also.

What was said in the first decision

In the new order, the hospital has said that AIIMS will remain open throughout the day on January 22 for the care of patients so that the patients and their families do not have to face any kind of inconvenience. In this way, tomorrow on Monday also the hospital will provide all the necessary facilities and treatment. In its previous order, the hospital had said that there will be a half-day holiday on January 22 in view of the Ram Mandir Pran Pratistha ceremony. But now this decision has been reversed.

Yogiraj who made the statue of Ramlala

Apart from AIIMS, Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital had also taken a similar decision. Concrete information has not yet emerged regarding whether Delhi's Lohia Hospital has reversed this decision or not. However, both the hospitals had talked about providing emergency services in the earlier decision also. As far as the Ram temple ceremony is concerned, Arun Yogiraj, who hails from Mysore, has sculpted the statue of Ramlala. The statue of Ramlala is 51 inches tall and weighs around one and a half ton.

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