Pathetic situation in Rajasthan - ambulance charged with 35 thousand rupees, Father picks up daughter's body on shoulder, takes Jhalawar from Kota
The second wave of Corona in the country has caused outrage. Even after treatment to death, the family members of the patients are seen struggling. One such case came up in Kota, Rajasthan. Where the ward boy demanded a thousand rupees from the father to bring the corpse-infected daughter's body out of the ward. Not only this, the ambulance driver kept a demand of 35 thousand rupees to go from Kota to Jhalawar. Tired and tired, the helpless father, carrying the dead body of the daughter, came out of the hospital and took the body from his car to Jhalawar.
Madhuraja, who hails from DCM area of Kota, said that her niece Seema (34) used to live in Jhalawar. On coming to Corona positive, he was admitted to the new hospital in Kota on 7 May. The HRCT test had a CT score of 22/25, with saturation being 31. He was shifted to ICU in critical condition. Gradually, his health started improving. Saturation reached 60s without oxygen support.
Madhuraja said that he was placed on high flow oxygen in the ICU. On May 20, doctors asked her to shift to the general ward (TB ward). The family appealed to the staff and doctors that it still needs high flow oxygen. Let it be in ICU. But no one listened to him and said that the other serious patient has to shift. ICU beds have to be emptied. There was no oxygen supply property in the general ward. His health started deteriorating. He died thereafter on 23 May.
Madhuraja told that there is no work here without money. Every man has to pay. This is not the case even in private hospitals. Border was also forced to bring the dead body out of the ward. The first ward boy demanded one thousand rupees. On not giving the money, he did not even touch the dead body. Bring the dead body from the ward down to the stretcher. Then as soon as Seema's father put the dead body on the shoulder and reached the car. Talked to the ambulance driver standing here to take Jhalawar dead body. An ambulance driver said 35 thousand fare. The second one said 18 thousand, while the third one gave 15 thousand rupees.