DelhiDesk The Nurses Union of Delhi’s Govind Ballabh (GB) Pant Hospital has expressed concern over security following the rape of a female employee. The union has written to the Health Secretary demanding that security measures be reviewed and improved. The letter states that women’s safety in the hospital is a serious concern, with around 1,500 female nurses, doctors and staff working there, including many at night. The union lists previous security lapses, including thefts from the hospital, and requests that visitor passes be implemented to control access to sensitive areas. The union also calls for CCTV surveillance, additional security personnel and improved lighting throughout the hospital.
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👉 After the rape of a female employee at Delhi Government’s Govind Ballabh (GB) Pant Hospital, the nursing staff has raised questions about security.
👉 Nursing staff say that the rape victim died in the hospital during treatment.
👉 The Nursing Union wrote a letter to the Health Secretary, demanding that the security arrangements be checked and repaired.
👉 Leeladhar Ramchandani, president of the Nursing Union, said in the letter that all the staff are scared after the incident.
👉 Women’s safety in the hospital is a matter of serious concern.
👉 No security personnel and lift operators are deployed at night in sensitive and deserted areas.
👉 Incidents of bike theft, laptop theft, mobile theft, and theft of shoes from ward and ICU have happened before.
👉 The Nursing Union demanded the rule of visitor pass should be implemented to stop suspicious people from roaming freely in ICUs, wards, and dark deserted places.
👉 The security system should have CCTV surveillance of the entire campus and cameras and security personnel should be deployed near the lift.