BJP MLA alleges hospital negligence after COVID optimistic son dies, says UP police not submitting FIR


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BJP MLA alleges hospital negligence after COVID optimistic son dies, says UP police not submitting FIR

Alleging foul play in his son’s loss of life, a Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP) legislator in Uttar Pradesh’s Hardoi district stated he had been struggling for over a month to lodge a grievance towards a personal hospital’s negligence, however the police is just not submitting an FIR.

Rajkumar Aggarwal, BJP MLA from Sandila within the Hardoi district, instructed ANI that his son Ashish (35) died on April 26 at a hospital in Kakori the place he was admitted after testing optimistic for COVID-19.

“On April 26 morning, the oxygen stage of the son was 94. He was consuming and was having common conversations with us. All of the sudden within the night, medical doctors instructed him that his oxygen stage was reducing. We organized an oxygen cylinder from outdoors, however the medical doctors didn’t enable this oxygen to succeed in the affected person, and he died,” the BJP MLA stated.

Aggarwal alleged that his son died on account of negligence of the hospital administration and medical doctors and added that he’s attempting to file an FIR to get justice for his son.

“That day seven individuals died in that hospital. I had complained about this to the chief minister, District Justice of the Peace, Police commissioner, and Director-Common of Police, and nonetheless, my grievance was not registered. My demand is that police ought to analyse the CCTV footage of the hospital and see who’s chargeable for the loss of life of my son. I would like the accountable medical doctors must be punished,” he additional stated.

Uttar Pradesh is without doubt one of the worst affected states by the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 loss of life toll in Uttar Pradesh crossed 20,000 on Friday with 159 extra individuals succumbing to the illness. A complete of two,402 new instances of Corona an infection have been additionally reported within the state. There have been 52,244 Lively COVID instances in Uttar Pradesh until Friday.

(With ANI inputs)

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