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All guilty in hospital fire should be punished: J P Nadda

Serious lapses in fire safety measures were detected at Sum Hospital where a massive blaze killed 21 people

Press Trust of India  |  Bhubaneswar 

Detecting serious lapses in fire safety measures at Sum Hospital where a massive blaze killed 21 people, Union Health Minister J P Nadda on Wednesday said all those responsible for the incident should be punished. "It is saddening and very very shocking and worrisome too. I found some safety issues are there (at Sum Hospital) which need to be addressed," Nadda told reporters after visiting the fire-ravaged private hospital here. Asking the state government to take necessary steps, the Union minister said "the faith of the people should be restored and ...

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All guilty in hospital fire should be punished: J P Nadda

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Serious lapses in fire safety measures were detected at Sum Hospital where a massive blaze killed 21 people Detecting serious lapses in fire safety measures at Sum Hospital where a massive blaze killed 21 people, Union Health Minister J P Nadda on Wednesday said all those responsible for the incident should be punished. "It is saddening and very very shocking and worrisome too. I found some safety issues are there (at Sum Hospital) which need to be addressed," Nadda told reporters after visiting the fire-ravaged private hospital here. Asking the state government to take necessary steps, the Union minister said "the faith of the people should be restored and ... image
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All guilty in hospital fire should be punished: J P Nadda

Serious lapses in fire safety measures were detected at Sum Hospital where a massive blaze killed 21 people

Detecting serious lapses in fire safety measures at Sum Hospital where a massive blaze killed 21 people, Union Health Minister J P Nadda on Wednesday said all those responsible for the incident should be punished. "It is saddening and very very shocking and worrisome too. I found some safety issues are there (at Sum Hospital) which need to be addressed," Nadda told reporters after visiting the fire-ravaged private hospital here. Asking the state government to take necessary steps, the Union minister said "the faith of the people should be restored and ...

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