Faridkot’s University claims ‘Faulty ventilators received under PM Cares fund’
Faridkot's University claims 'Faulty ventilators rRaj Bahadur, the vice-chancellor of Baba Farid University of health sciences, earlier today said that most of the ventilators received from the central government under the PM care fund were not functional.
He said, "We were given 82 ventilators under PM Cares Fund. Out of these 82 ventilators, 62 were not in working condition since the beginning as these are not of good quality. Today, we have only 42 ventilators in working condition." He said good quality ventilators cost around 10 to 15 lakhs, but the ventilators which came under the scheme of prime minister cares fund approximately of rupees 1 lakh each, were poor in quality, and now they are set to buy ten new and better ventilators after delegating with the PM.
Meanwhile, they have requested to repair the faulty ventilators, and they plan to increase the ventilators from 42 to 52 you as soon as possible.
Source - Hindustan times
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