UP doctor gets patients dumped in forest: Complaint to apex authorities by The Human Rescue Team

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UP doctor gets patients dumped in forest


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Dear Dr. ashu kumar,

The Commission has recieved your complaint and it has assigned diary number as 114733

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Address Swaroop rani hospital , Allahabad, UP


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UP doctor gets patients dumped in forest

Piyush Srivastava  | Lucknow, August 4, 2011 | 09:53
A patient who was dumped in a forested area.

Healthcare appears to be going to the dogs in Uttar Pradesh. An appalling instance came to light on Tuesday when staff of Allahabad’s Swaroop Rani Hospital allegedly dumped two patients in a forested area at the behest of a doctor. The incident comes close on the heels of the case that saw a patient admitted to the emergency ward of a Kanpur hospital being mauled to death by stray dogs.

While one of the patients suffered from haemophilia, the other was mentally unsound.

They were brought to the hospital eight days ago by some locals. The two were found in the jungle in the trans-Yamuna area of Andhawa under the Jhunsi police station.

The hospital, which is affiliated to Motilal Nehru Medical College, suspended Dr Sonu Sood, the main accused, on Wednesday. The police also registered a case against him and four other employees of the hospital. Dr S. P. Singh, principal of the medical college, said he had ordered a departmental inquiry into the incident.

“Prima facie, we have found the doctor guilty. He said the patients were in an unwashed and shabby state. So he asked the ward boys to take them to the jungle. This is the height of insensitivity. We have readmitted both patients and started their treatment,” Dr Singh said.

Jhunsi SHO Mrityunjay Mishra received a call on Tuesday afternoon that some people in an ambulance were heading towards Allahabad after throwing two dead bodies in the forest.

“We intercepted the ambulance and detained them. We also found that both men were alive. After keeping mum initially, the ward boys spilled the beans. The accused will be arrested if needed,” Mishra said.

Dharmendra Kumar, one of the ward boys who took the unknown patients to Andhawa in the ambulance, said: “Dr Sonu Sharma had given me Rs 150 for the job. I obeyed his order because it was my duty.”

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