Civic, Corpse, Hamirpur News – Corpse held in CHC for two hours

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Rath. The girl with the disease died on Thursday during treatment at the CHC. When the worker’s father asked for a vehicle to transport the body, the driver refused on the grounds that there was no diesel. After about two hours, the corpse was available for the doctor’s intervention.
Santosh Kumar, a resident of the Majhgawan area, said that he supports his family by working as a worker. His daughter Sita (15) was sick for a few years. Because of his poor financial situation, he was unable to receive adequate treatment. Sita was admitted to the CHC on Thursday morning when her condition suddenly worsened. Where he died during treatment. The victim said they had not made an agreement to bring the body to the village. There wasn’t even that much money that private vehicles made. At the CHC, he learned about the government that made the body available.
He then asked the staff for the body. However, the driver refused to take the body and said there was no diesel. He wandered about two hours in preparation to take the daughter’s body. When he saw this, Dr. Ajay Chaurasia, who was on duty, the corpse. Then he brought his daughter’s body to the village. In this regard, CMO Dr. RK Sachan that an investigation into the unavailability of diesel for the vehicle is being carried out.

Rath. The girl with the disease died on Thursday during treatment at the CHC. When the worker’s father asked for a vehicle to transport the body, the driver refused on the grounds that there was no diesel. After about two hours, the corpse was available for the doctor’s intervention.

Santosh Kumar, a resident of the Majhgawan area, said that he supports his family by working as a worker. His daughter Sita (15) was sick for a few years. Because of his poor financial situation, he was unable to receive adequate treatment. Sita was admitted to the CHC on Thursday morning when her condition suddenly worsened. Where he died during treatment. The victim said they had not made an agreement to bring the body to the village. There wasn’t even that much money that private vehicles made. At the CHC, he learned about the government that made the body available.

He then asked the staff for the body. However, the driver refused to take the body and said there was no diesel. He wandered about two hours in preparation to take the daughter’s body. When he saw this, Dr. Ajay Chaurasia, who was on duty, the corpse. Then he brought his daughter’s body to the village. In this regard, CMO Dr. RK Sachan that an investigation into the unavailability of diesel for the vehicle is being carried out.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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