Twelve solar panels, worth Rs 40 Lakh, were stolen from the Delhi government’s Sushruta Trauma Centre (STC). These solar panels were placed on the roof of the trauma centre.
The incident came to light on September 25 when civic body officials came to STC for a surprise inspection to check mosquito breeding at various locations inside the trauma centre.
They found broken glass from the solar panel. Later, the trauma centre authorities were informed. STC is a part of Delhi’s government biggest tertiary care Lok Nayak Hospital, which manages the functioning of the trauma centre.
The Lok Nayak Hospital’s public works department (PWD) has written to the medical superintendent of the trauma centre to take action as it is the responsibility of the security agency deployed at STC. Read more
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