Sushil Kumar Modi, the Rajya Sabha MP from Bihar representing the Bharatiya Janata Party, paid a visit to the North Bengal Medical College and Hospital campus to inspect the Super Specialty Block. During his visit, he expressed his concerns about the halted funds, attributing it to the presence of fake job cards.
Modi's visit aimed to assess the progress of the Super Specialty Block at North Bengal Medical College and Hospital. However, he was taken aback to learn that the funds allocated for the project had been halted. According to him, this was a consequence of fraudulent activities related to job cards.
The MP emphasized the need for a thorough investigation into the matter to uncover the truth behind the alleged fake job cards. He stated that such malpractices not only hinder the development of crucial healthcare infrastructure but also adversely affect the overall welfare of the people.
Modi's visit shed light on the issue of fund allocation and the presence of fake job cards, prompting discussions on the need for transparency and accountability in government-funded projects. The concerns raised by the BJP MP have drawn attention to the urgent need for corrective measures to ensure the proper utilization of funds and the successful completion of the Super Specialty Block at North Bengal Medical College and Hospital.