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The services of 5 people have been terminated in the case of transporting the delivery victim to the hospital by handcart in Basti. In which 2 MTs, 2 pilots and area manager are included. While the program manager and regional manager have been warned. This action was taken after the delivery was done on the way when the ambulance did not reach even after the information. DM Priyanka Niranjan has sent its report to the government.
On the night of 26 July, Asha Vimlesh Tiwari of Ramwapur village of Ranipur in Kaptanganj block had called 102 and sought the help of an ambulance when a woman was in labor pain. According to the ASHA worker, when he called 102 for an ambulance at 9.59 pm, it was told that the vehicle was defective. The second car has gone into another case. Your case has been transferred to 108 Ambulance. Even after a long time, the ambulance did not reach Ramvapur village, about 3 km from the hospital. Due to which on the way to the hospital, the woman gave birth to a child.
The relatives had given information to the CM and Deputy CM by tweeting
The family reached CHC Kaptanganj with the woman and her child from the handcart. Where the staff of the CHC cut the umbilical cord of the child on the handcart and admitted both the mother and the child to the hospital and started treatment. The family members made a video of this incident and made it viral on social media. Along with this, tweeted CM Yogi Adityanath, Deputy CM Brajesh Pathak.
DM had asked for report
After the matter came into the limelight, the DM along with the CMO summoned the ambulance responsibilities and sought a report. After being found guilty in the case after the strictness of the government and DM, the HR head of HR Department Uttar Pradesh GVK terminated the service of 102 EMT Shailendra, Pilot Lallu Prasad, 108 EMT Vinay Kumar, Pilot Firoz Ahmed, Area Manager. Action has been taken. A warning notice has been issued to the Program Manager and the Regional Manager and its report has been sent to the higher authorities.