Agra Shri Paras Hospital Oxygen Mock Drill Case of 50 patients treated from five districts

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Dr. Arinjay Jain, director of Shri Paras Hospital, is from Mainpuri. Aside from Firozabad, Etawah, Mainpuri, Kasganj, Etah, Farukhabad, Auraiya, Kannauj and Aligarh, the maximum number of patients will be referred.

Shree Paras Hospital Agra
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In the case of Shri Paras Hospital, the administration did not examine the records of patients admitted from other counties. On April 26th, 96 patients were admitted. In which there were more than 50 patients from other districts. The victims claim that they were expelled by the Sriparas agent who sits in these districts. Of the 16 deaths examined, 11 came from Agra and five from other districts.
Dr. Arinjay Jain, director of Shri Paras Hospital, is from Mainpuri. Aside from Firozabad, Etawah, Mainpuri, Kasganj, Etah, Farukhabad, Auraiya, Kannauj and Aligarh, the maximum number of patients will be referred. On April 25, when there was an oxygen crisis, patients from other circles were also admitted here that day. Their number is estimated at over 50. The victims claim that the administration only examined patients from Agra who were admitted to Shri Paras, not including patients from other non-districts. While the administration admitted in the investigation report that in Mr. Paras. In such a situation, the question arises why the list of patients from non-districts was not released. Why wasn’t he included in the investigation? How many patients have been discharged? What happened to the patients after they were discharged? Victims accuse the administration of covering up the actual status of the deaths, while people suffering from oxygen deprivation cite oxygen deprivation as the cause of the deaths. The demand for judicial investigations is increasing.
96 patients were also enrolled last year

Last year, on April 7, 2020, when the administration sealed the Shri Paras Hospital, 96 patients from 11 districts were admitted with allegations of spreading the epidemic. The hospital operator dismissed her for fear of an action. People who came into contact with him became infected. Then an FIR was carried out against Dr. Arinjay Jain and management filed under the Epidemic Act for spreading the infection and hiding the patient’s details. The same thing happened again this year. A large number of patients from other circles were enrolled.More patients are coming from Etawah, Mainpuri
Etawah resident Raju Singh said that I first showed my brother-in-law to the local doctor in Etawah when he developed a fever. He referred us to Shri Paras. Raju’s brother-in-law Rinku died on April 27th in Sri Paras Hospital. Sanoj Kumar, the 26-year-old son of Durbin Singh, who lives in Mainpuri, also died after the incident with a simulated drill. The victim’s father claims he was transferred here from Mainpuri. It has been said that the maximum number of patients in Sriparas come from Etawah and Mainpuri.

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In the case of Shri Paras Hospital, the administration did not examine the records of patients admitted from other counties. On April 26th, 96 patients were admitted. In which there were more than 50 patients from other districts. The victims claim that they were expelled by the Sriparas agent who sits in these districts. Of the 16 deaths examined, 11 came from Agra and five from other districts.

Dr. Arinjay Jain, director of Shri Paras Hospital, is from Mainpuri. Aside from Firozabad, Etawah, Mainpuri, Kasganj, Etah, Farukhabad, Auraiya, Kannauj and Aligarh, the maximum number of patients will be referred. On April 25, when there was an oxygen crisis, patients from other circles were also admitted here that day. Their number is estimated at over 50. The victims claim that the administration only examined patients from Agra who were admitted to Shri Paras, not including patients from other non-districts. While the administration admitted in the investigation report that in Mr. Paras. In such a situation, the question arises why the list of patients from non-districts was not released. Why wasn’t he included in the investigation? How many patients have been discharged? What happened to the patients after they were discharged? Victims accuse the administration of covering up the actual status of the deaths, while people suffering from oxygen deprivation cite oxygen deprivation as the cause of the deaths. The demand for judicial investigations is increasing.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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