UP Woman's Desperate Move For Cousin, 11, Who Died Of Dengue Hours Later

UP Woman's Desperate Move For Cousin, 11, Who Died Of Dengue Hours Later

Newsdesk |
September 14, 2021

On Monday evening, as her 11-year-old sister waged a losing battle against dengue at a government-run hospital in western Uttar Pradesh's Firozabad, where authorities face an outbreak of the virus, Nikita Kushwaha flung herself before the vehicle of a senior government official making an inspection.

New Delhi, 14 September 2021

As per news report of NDTV, A distressing video clip shows Ms Kushwaha telling Agra Divisional Commissioner Amit Gupta: "Sir... Please, sir... do something or she will die... please ensure her proper treatment." Ms Kushwaha also alleges a lack of treatment by and facilities at the government-run hospital in Firozabad. She then says, "You will not leave" and squats in front of the car, at which point two women police officers drag her away as she shouts. A male police officer and the commissioner then intervene, and seem to be trying to calm the young woman down, before she is hustled away from the spot. The appeal was eventually pointless; Vaishnavi Kushwaha died a few hours later. Nikita Kushwaha has alleged her sister did not receive proper treatment, and has demanded suspension of the doctors and an inquiry into their actions.

Source - NDTV


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