Money withdrawn from maternity for delivery, promotion for the contract sweeper – money for delivery, promotion for the contract sweeper

In the name of childbirth in the women’s hospital, the money raised by hospital staff is not cut. On Sunday, DM Praveen Kumar Laxkar took the matter seriously after the child’s video went viral, accusing him of extorting money in the name of childbirth and of not properly caring for the child. The city magistrate and CO City started the investigation as soon as the instructions from DM were received. The two officers reached the place and took the testimony of the maternal husband. At first glance, the contractual scavengers have been removed and repaired by the hospital administration. At the same time, after the newborn’s condition deteriorated, the child was referred to Varanasi.
The 27-year-old Mamta woman Jamuna Prasad, the city’s elder mother, was born on Saturday morning. The family took him to the district women’s hospital. Where the money was taken from him in the name of delivery. He was treated second class because he paid less money. Mamta’s video went viral claiming hospital staff said four thousand rupees would be turned over for delivery. After that, Rs 1500 was given. After delivery, after the baby was left without cleaning, the health workers left. Don’t even remove the dirty water. When the second nurse saw the child turning blue, they were taken to the intensive care unit. He didn’t even give pain medication at night. BJP leader and social activist Ramkumar Vishwakarma complained to health and other officials about taking money in the name of childbirth. After this video went viral, DM took the case into account. The DM handed over the investigation of the case to the city magistrate. The city magistrate reached the hospital and received a statement from her husband. CMS Dr. Sanjay Pandey said the contract sweeper who took the money was removed.
Magistrate Vinay Kumar Singh says the child was referred to him because his condition was deteriorating. For this reason, the declaration of maternity was not issued. When her husband Jamuna’s testimony was recorded, she said that the scavenger asked for three thousand rupees at the nurse’s orders. 12 hundred rupees were given. Money was also asked for delivery. In this case, the CMS removed the contract sweeper. The statement of the employee who took the money is also taken. Action will be taken against them at the behest of the nurse or any other person involved in this work.

In the name of childbirth in the women’s hospital, the money raised by hospital staff is not cut. On Sunday, DM Praveen Kumar Laxkar took the matter seriously after the child’s video went viral, accusing him of extorting money in the name of childbirth and of not properly caring for the child. The city magistrate and CO City started the investigation as soon as the instructions from DM were received. The two officers reached the place and took the testimony of the maternal husband. At first glance, the contractual scavengers have been removed and repaired by the hospital administration. At the same time, after the newborn’s condition deteriorated, the child was referred to Varanasi.

The 27-year-old Mamta woman Jamuna Prasad, the city’s elder mother, was born on Saturday morning. The family took him to the district women’s hospital. Where the money was taken from him in the name of delivery. He was treated second class because he paid less money. Mamta’s video went viral claiming hospital staff said four thousand rupees would be turned over for delivery. After that, Rs 1500 was given. After delivery, after the baby was left without cleaning, the health workers left. Don’t even remove the dirty water. When the second nurse saw the child turning blue, they were taken to the intensive care unit. He didn’t even give pain medication at night. BJP leader and social activist Ramkumar Vishwakarma complained to health and other officials about taking money in the name of childbirth. After this video went viral, DM took the case into account. The DM handed over the investigation of the case to the city magistrate. The city magistrate reached the hospital and received a statement from her husband. CMS Dr. Sanjay Pandey said the contract sweeper who took the money was removed.

Magistrate Vinay Kumar Singh says the child was referred to him because his condition was deteriorating. For this reason, the declaration of maternity was not issued. When her husband Jamuna’s testimony was recorded, she said that the scavenger asked for three thousand rupees at the nurse’s orders. 12 hundred rupees were given. Money was also asked for delivery. In this case, the CMS removed the contract sweeper. The statement of the employee who took the money is also taken. Action will be taken against them at the behest of the nurse or any other person involved in this work.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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