Moulvibazar is blocked by police in a human chain demanding medical services and syndicate closure

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Moshahid Ahmed

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Eati Akter

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Human chain program organized in front of Moulvibazar Press Club on 30th of August today to solve the shortage of specialist doctors in Sadar Hospital with 250 beds, to activate non-functioning diagnostic equipment, to improve the quality of outdoor and indoor medical services, to stop all syndicates, and to ensure cleanliness and various irregularities and mismanagement. The police of Moulvibazar Model Police Station have blocked the observance. At that time, the police had a verbal altercation with the leaders of the voluntary organization. The organizers of the parade organized under the chairmanship of M. Muhibur Rahman Muhib, founder and chairman of Sheikh Borhan Uddin (Rtd) Islami Society, prominent organizer and social worker of the district, left from there due to the arrest of the police. Later, a memorandum was given to the Prime Minister through the Deputy Commissioner demanding to ensure medical services at Moulvibazar 250 Garna Hospital, ignoring the police barricades.

Among others present were Principal Mohammad Iqbal, Senior Journalist Syed Ruhul Amin, prominent social figure American expatriate Alhaj Nazrul Islam Kaichar, Central Joint Secretary General of International Human Rights Legal Aid and Vice President of Sylhet Divisional Press Club Md. Josep Ali Chowdhury, Joint Social Development Council. Vice President Ruhel Ahmad Chowdhury, Samajsevak Sheikh Farooq Ahmed, President of Spandan Moulvibazar Iham Mojahid, Vice President of SAARC Human Rights Foundation, District Branch Ali Mohammad Sitab, President of Srimangal Upazila Branch Farooq Khan, President of Friends of Moulvibazar Organization Md. Abdal Hossain, Jagannathpur. Acting President of Samaj Kalyan Sansthan Abbas Uddin, General Secretary of Ekta Sporting Club Kazir Bazar Gazi Abed Ahmad, Dainik Kale Kanth Shubo Sangh, Vice President of Moulvibazar District Branch Kamruzzaman Shipon, General Secretary of Hof Foundation Raheel Ahmad, United Club General Secretary Ali Ashraf Manna, Moulvibazar Human Services Social Organization Chief Advisor Syed Ahsan Akhter Dolan, Moinuddin Academy Azizur Rahman Shiplu, Organizer Russell Mostafa, Afshar Ahmed, Abdur Rahman Parvez, Advocate Kamal Hossain Chowdhury, Redwan Ahmed, Naeem Ahmed Sunny, Babul Deb, Sahel Khan, Nazmul Islam Khan, Tajul Chowdhury, Mizanur Rahman Russell, Mostakim Ahmad Titu, Suhail Ahmad, Mahan Deb, Faizur Rahman Raju, Kamran Chowdhury, M Juned Ahmad, Alamgir Alam, Kamrul Hasan, Mujibur Rahman Jasnu, Sirajul Islam, Zobair Ahmad. , Taha Ahmad Sabbir, Syed Tawfiq Elahi Tiyash, Abdul Qayyum Rubel, Rezaul Islam Rafi, Farzan Ahmad, Abdullah Al Mohaimin (Rami), Sheikh Mehdi Hasan, Sheikh Rafi Ahmad Shakib, Bablu Ahmad, Sohag Ahmad, Bablu Ahmad, Syed Rahim Ali, Oliur Rahman, Shah Sijlu Ahmad, Hasanur Rahman, Syed Amirul Islam Pappu, Editor Hussain Ahmad, Naeem Ahmad Chowdhury Nayan, Syed Nabil Uzzaman, Mohammad Kabir, Najibor Rahman Nafiz, Shahriar Rahman Shihab, Mohammad Aman Rahman, Saddam Mia, Jamil Afridi, Sheikh Tambir Ahmed and others. In the president’s speech, M. Muhibur Rahman Muhib said that Moulvibazar Sadar Hospital is plagued with various crises including the shortage of doctors.

As a result, 25 lakh people of the district are deprived of medical services. 16 doctors are unemployed, many diagnosis machines are broken and lack of trained operators, unhygienic environment inside and outside, poor quality food supply to patients, non-availability of good medicine, various crises and problems in the morgue, formation of syndicate of nurses and employees working in hospitals in various tests. and mistreatment of patients and their relatives. In these irregularities and mismanagement, the authorities should take urgent measures to make the only hospital with 250 beds suitable for providing medical services to this large population of the district. I wish the honorable Prime Minister to look into this matter.

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