Bengaluru:Covid bed shortage in the city; K Sudhakar denies to respond & questions the investigation

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Times Now carried out an investigation on the bed shortage scenario in the city and how COVID patients are left to their fate. The team visited private hospitals and government hospitals in order to search for doctors who are agreeing to the bed shortage in the city.
The state of affairs in terms of Health in Bengaluru is shocking due to the Bed shortage. Dr. K Sudhakar, Karnataka Medical Education Minister talks to Times Now and states that the situation in Bengaluru is under control and there are enough beds in the city for COVID patients. He also blamed the hospitals for not cooperating and kept questioning the investigation. The Minister was questioned about the evidence which is on tape but he did not respond. The question of how people are losing their lives if everything is under control and if there are enough beds available in the hospital.
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