Bengaluru: Patients faced with water shortage due to 35-year-old motor in Vani Vilas Hospital

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Published October 17, 2023 at 8:12am

Update October 17, 2023 at 8:13am

    The Post-Partum Centre ward and the Post-Natal Care ward were the most affected

    Tanker was brought in as a substitute until the motor was replaced

    The crisis lasted for an entire day

Several pregnant women and mothers who had just delivered faced a crisis with regard to water in the Vani Vilas Hospital in Bengaluru. Apart from the lack of drinking water, patients also faced difficulties in accessing the washrooms. This was caused due to a faulty motor in the premises of the hospital. 

The Post-Partum Centre ward and the Post-Natal Care ward were the most affected by the lack of water. The patients reported that upon complaining about the situation, hospital officials asked them whether they would not adjust to such a scenario were it to be their house. NewsFirst reporters were also questioned for exposing the hospital’s lack of facilities. As a result of the news coverage, the hospital administration changed the motor which was 35 years old. A tanker was brought in as a substitute until the motor was replaced

The crisis lasted for an entire day and irregularities in the supply of water were reported from the venue in the past as well. 

Bengaluru: Patients faced with water shortage due to 35-year-old motor in Vani Vilas Hospital

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    The Post-Partum Centre ward and the Post-Natal Care ward were the most affected

    Tanker was brought in as a substitute until the motor was replaced

    The crisis lasted for an entire day

Several pregnant women and mothers who had just delivered faced a crisis with regard to water in the Vani Vilas Hospital in Bengaluru. Apart from the lack of drinking water, patients also faced difficulties in accessing the washrooms. This was caused due to a faulty motor in the premises of the hospital. 

The Post-Partum Centre ward and the Post-Natal Care ward were the most affected by the lack of water. The patients reported that upon complaining about the situation, hospital officials asked them whether they would not adjust to such a scenario were it to be their house. NewsFirst reporters were also questioned for exposing the hospital’s lack of facilities. As a result of the news coverage, the hospital administration changed the motor which was 35 years old. A tanker was brought in as a substitute until the motor was replaced

The crisis lasted for an entire day and irregularities in the supply of water were reported from the venue in the past as well. 

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