After everything happening busy at Gandhi Hospitals, at Hyderabad, Telangana, it once again came into the controversy. A 39-year-old Covid-19 suspect named Narender Singh was shifted to Gandhi Hospital from King Koti Hospital on May 30th.
Everything was fine until he reached the Gandhi Hospital. But, from the very next day, the patient’s phone was switched off and his family members could not contact him anymore.
They filed a missing complaint, but the Covid-19 suspect was found at the mortuary this Friday. On being asked, the officials said that Narender Singh was dead before reaching Gandhi Hospital, and it was an unidentified body.
Most shockingly, the family members of Narender Singh stated that they spoke to him on a phone call after he reached Gandhi Hospital. And from the very next day, they could not contact him as his mobile was switched off.
The missing case is filed at the Mangalghat Police station. On being called by the police, the family members on Friday went to Gandhi Hospitals and identified the body. This had led the case to a suspicious death and further investigation is charged.
These incidents at Gandhi Hospitals are not new in the novel of Covid-19, earlier in May, we have seen that women didn’t get any response about her husband as he admitted in Gandhi Hospital after tested positive for Covid-19, and she was forced to tag KTR in her tweet asking to help her in finding her husband.
These incidents in Gandhi Hospital and King Koti Hospital are increasing, maybe this is due to the increase in patient intakes but the management has to plan it accordingly. We cannot afford more lives to death like what happened to Narender Singh.
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