London-born MSP, GP, Home Office brutality against refugees apologist and media regular, Sandesh Gulhane is like all Tories, a man of little substance.
In May, Gulhane, the son of Indian migrants, appeared to side with a Home Office detention raid and tried to blame local politicians for inciting the protest. Gulhane was silent when confronted with powerful figures such as Priti Patel.
In September, Gulhane, was more confident when he accused the Scottish Health Secretary of ‘reckless messaging’ in asking people to ‘think twice’ before calling an ambulance. BBC Scotland platformed him and the other usual suspect to say:
Scottish Conservative public health spokesman Dr Sandesh Gulhane described the health secretary’s comments as “astonishing”.
He said: “Humza Yousaf is making people feel guilty about dialling 999 and seeking urgent help.
“This sort of reckless messaging could put lives at risk. When people suffer conditions like heart attacks or strokes, they might think twice about calling an ambulance, which could lead to unnecessary deaths.”
Scottish Labour health spokeswoman Jackie Baillie said: “Ambulance services are in crisis due to the SNP’s failure to support frontline workers and paramedics.
“Humza Yousaf should focus on fixing the problem rather than shaming Scots who are fearing for their health. There is no time to delay.”
And Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Alex Cole-Hamilton said: “Humza Yousaf is proving a reckless health secretary. Encouraging people not to seek treatment is a huge gamble.
“Winter pressures come around every year. It is the job of health secretary to ensure that the NHS has the resources it needs to cope with demand.”https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-58568820
Today, when we read:
Glasgow’s health board has urged patients only to attend A&E if an issue is “life-threatening”.
The plea comes after it emerged that a third of those who went to the board’s flagship hospital in one week were there for minor injuries.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-59022094
Gulhane, Jackie Baillie and Ach have nothing to say. Go on, attack a medic. He’s just repeating what Humza Yousaf said.