As you see this is the same story all over the country. On the first impression it would appear that a particular Government is responsible for this but that would be too naive to think that way. Of course the political parties would blame each other for this but that is only to score brownie points over each other. So who is to blame? Well it might sound clichéd but it is the system, way we manage our health care in this country. Our health care policy makers have failed us. We have been able to create great specialists in this country, good individual success stories but when it comes to policy making we fail to make an impact and that is where we need innovation, original ground breaking thinking otherwise we can spend billions of rupees but the result will be same. So we are trying to impress upon you that we need to change our healthcare management style its theory and practice. Please wait for more such breaking news from our team. And please let's not make it political. The situation is same in other states governed by other political parties. So it's not the fault of Akhilesh Yadav's government but a malaise much deeper in our society and establishment let me say the deep state of Indian Government.