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J P Nadda to visit SUM hospital in Bhubaneswar

He will reach Bhubaneswar on Wednesday and visit the hospital where 19 people were killed in a fire on Monday

IANS  |  New Delhi 

Union Health Minister Jagat Prakash Nadda will reach Bhubaneswar on Wednesday and visit the hospital where 19 people were killed in a fire on Monday. "Health Minister J P Nadda will visit SUM hospital in Bhubaneswar on Wednesday to take stock of the fire tragedy which claimed 19 lives,"a senior Health Ministry official told IANS. Nineteen persons were killed in the Odisha fire in the Intensive Care Unit of the Dialysis Ward of SUM hospital on Monday evening. Another 106 were injured and are undergoing treatment. The Fire Services Department lodged an FIR with ...

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J P Nadda to visit SUM hospital in Bhubaneswar

He will reach Bhubaneswar on Wednesday and visit the hospital where 19 people were killed in a fire on Monday

He will reach Bhubaneswar on Wednesday and visit the hospital where 19 people were killed in a fire on Monday Union Health Minister Jagat Prakash Nadda will reach Bhubaneswar on Wednesday and visit the hospital where 19 people were killed in a fire on Monday. "Health Minister J P Nadda will visit SUM hospital in Bhubaneswar on Wednesday to take stock of the fire tragedy which claimed 19 lives,"a senior Health Ministry official told IANS. Nineteen persons were killed in the Odisha fire in the Intensive Care Unit of the Dialysis Ward of SUM hospital on Monday evening. Another 106 were injured and are undergoing treatment. The Fire Services Department lodged an FIR with ... image
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J P Nadda to visit SUM hospital in Bhubaneswar

He will reach Bhubaneswar on Wednesday and visit the hospital where 19 people were killed in a fire on Monday

Union Health Minister Jagat Prakash Nadda will reach Bhubaneswar on Wednesday and visit the hospital where 19 people were killed in a fire on Monday. "Health Minister J P Nadda will visit SUM hospital in Bhubaneswar on Wednesday to take stock of the fire tragedy which claimed 19 lives,"a senior Health Ministry official told IANS. Nineteen persons were killed in the Odisha fire in the Intensive Care Unit of the Dialysis Ward of SUM hospital on Monday evening. Another 106 were injured and are undergoing treatment. The Fire Services Department lodged an FIR with ...

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