New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said that his government was in the process of procuring five MRI and 10 CT scan machines for the city hospitals in the next four months. "Tenders done for 5 MRI n 10 CT Scan. They'll come in 4 months. It'll take sometime to correct decades of misgovernance," he said in a tweet. The announcement came following media reports which said that one MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) machine was shared by 34 government hospitals in Delhi. An MRI test in a private facility costs up to Rs 5,000 but is done free in government hospitals.