Shahdol: Humanity ashamed in Madhya Pradesh, a shocking incident came into light where a man forced to tie mother’s corpse to bike as MP government hospital denied him to provide a mortuary van and he was not capable enought to pay for private vehicle that costs 5,000.
After the death of a woman in Shahdol Medical College on Sunday, the district hospital did not even provide hearse van to the family members of the deceased to take the body home. After this, the sons had to carry the mother’s body to their home 80 km away from Shahdol district to neighboring Anuppur district by bike after tying the mother’s body on a wooden track.
The forced sons told that neither treatment was received in the hospital nor van was provided after death. The person with the private carcass asked for 5 thousand rupees, but the relatives did not have that much money. Eventually the sons thought it right to take the mother’s body home on a bike. The sons of the deceased woman allege that they had come from Anuppur district to Shahdol Medical College for treatment of their mother, but their mother died due to lack of proper treatment here.
After this, he wanted a dead body, which was not provided by the hospital even on demand. After this the sons bought a wooden slab of Rs 100 and tied the dead body on top of it and traveled 80 km by bike and reached village Gudaru in Anuppur district.
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No treatment, neither provided mortuary van
Jaimantri Yadav, a resident of Gudaru village of Anuppur, was admitted by the sons to the district hospital Shahdol due to chest pain. Where due to deteriorating condition, he was referred to the medical college. He died late night during treatment. The son of the deceased, Sundar Yadav, has blamed the medical hospital management for the mother’s death, accusing the nurses of the district hospital of negligent treatment.
After the death of the woman, the body demanded a vehicle to take the body home, but due to lack of money and lack of money, the sons bought a wooden track worth hundred rupees and somehow tied the body of the mother in a bike from Shahdol to Anuppur. Reached Gudaru village of the district.
The relatives of the deceased allege that Shahdol is the largest medical college in the division, but people here do not even get a dead body, leave good treatment. In the name of facilities, there is only humility here.
They claim they demanded a vehicle to transport the woman’s body to the village but were denied, and couldn’t afford private vehicles.
Locals allege that people don’t get good treatment in the biggest all-equipped medical college of Shahdol division.