Journalist Rupesh Kumar stood up to a self-broadcasted BJP pioneer for entering the ICU of a Muzaffarpur emergency clinic, and keeping his shoes on.
The web can’t quit appreciating TV9 Bharatvarsh journalist Rupesh Kumar’s scrutinizing of a self-broadcasted Bharatiya Janta Party pioneer who defied ICU norms in a Muzaffarpur medical clinic.
On Sunday, Kumar was covering the visit of Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan to multi-forte Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital, where more than 90 youngsters experiencing Acute Encephalitis Syndrome have kicked the bucket.
In the midst of challenges from distress stricken guardians of patients and the pastor’s confirmations that a 100-bed youngsters’ ward would be set up, Kumar found the medical clinic’s ICU in a condition of disorder. Specifically, he happened upon a BJP “pioneer” situated at a medical caretaker’s station inside an evidently cordoned-off district.
Kumar jumped in, testing the government official about his quality in the room and regarding why he had neglected to take off his shoes as the guidelines requested. The confounded respondent faltered through Kumar’s inquiries yet wouldn’t uncover his name.