It is good to use condoms to help reduce the spread of STI (sexually transmitted infections). Condoms are used for both birth control and reducing the risk of infections. But according to reports, Condoms and contraceptive pills were found in the garbage on the campus of Indore District Hospital.
Condoms and contraceptive pills supplied under the National Family Planning Program were lying in the dustbin. Madhya Pradesh AIDS Control Committee has started an investigation of the case. Committee member Sanjay Jain reached the place. Records of an NGO working with the government are also under investigation.
According to Dainik Bhaskar’s news, Nodal officer of Indore, Dr. Vijay Chhajlani says, The health department did not receive this item. This stuff would certainly have been sent by NACO (National AIDS Control Organisation) to the NGO.
The committee members are trying to find out whether the hospital administration threw after receiving the goods or the couriers threw the goods without delivery. It is believed that free condoms are provided by Madhya Pradesh State AIDS Control Society to Mitra Shringaar Samiti, ASRA Committees, and Aditya Information Management Society.
Why public money is being misused?
We get to hear such cases many times, it has been common to see medicines or birth control pills lying in the garbage in the campus of the hospital. Now the question is why the hospital management and responsible men do not pay attention to this. Why are the goods that are supposed to be distributed to the public, are found in drains or garbage. Does tax paid by the public grow on trees? The government and administration should take strict action against such people so that they can understand their responsibilities and can not repeat such mistakes in the future.