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    The people of Gadwal district are pleading with Collector BM Santhosh to save the 100-bed hospital in Alampur Chourasta. A recent theft of medical supplies at the hospital has left the local community concerned and frustrated. The hospital has been closed for six months, causing hardship for the poor residents who rely on its services.

    Despite promises from the ruling party to prioritize healthcare, the hospital remains non-operational. With the rainy season approaching, the lack of a functioning hospital is a major cause for worry as seasonal diseases are common during this time. The inaction of the District Medical Officer and Collector Santhosh has only added to the community’s frustration.

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    Residents are calling for urgent intervention from the Collector to reopen the hospital and ensure it serves the community as intended. They are disappointed that neither authorities nor public associations have taken significant steps to address this issue. Accountability and action are being demanded to rectify the situation.

    To address these concerns, immediate steps are necessary. These include launching an investigation into the theft, reopening the hospital, ensuring public accountability from authorities, enhancing security measures, and involving the community in the hospital’s operations. The people of Alampur deserve better healthcare services, and it is essential for the authorities to act promptly to restore faith in the system.

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