Arvind Kejriwal ends 'VIP Culture' in Delhi Government Hospitals

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday announced that he has directed Health Department officials to bar state-run hospitals from allotting private rooms to VIP patients. The practice, Kejriwal said, subjects the common people of the national capital to discrimination. He, however, assured that the condition of all publicly available rooms will be further improved and raised to the private-standards.

"I have directed the Health Department to end VIP culture in govt hospitals. No more private rooms for VIPs. All citizens will get equal treatment, but it will be of the best quality," Kejriwal said on social media.

"Delhi government is adding a capacity of 13,899 beds to Delhi's public health infrastructure. This is an unprecedented expansion of more than 120% over existing capacity of 11,353 beds. All hospitals are being made fully AC, with world class, state-of-the-art facilities," he added.
 
 

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