Kanpur34 minutes ago
- copy link
In the months of April and May, the second wave of corona epidemic wreaked havoc across the country. In this wave, many had lost their loved ones, while some did not even have a bed in the hospital. There were many such patients who died due to lack of oxygen. The soul trembles as soon as it remembers the scene of that time, in such a situation, now the Central Government has said in the Rajya Sabha that no patient died due to lack of oxygen. This story of the government is not coming down from anyone’s throat. The report presented by the government has created a ruckus in the Parliament. Congress, Shiv Sena, AAP and other opposition parties have surrounded the government in Parliament on this issue. What was the situation in the whole of Uttar Pradesh at that time is not hidden from anyone. The pictures of the condition outside and inside the emergency of Halat Hospital in Kanpur are telling everything themselves. If no one really died due to lack of oxygen, then what are these pictures lying…?
This woman died outside Hallett Hospital Emergency, due to lack of proper treatment
Woman who died due to corona waiting for her death certificate
After running to different hospitals of the city with Gaurav with his brother Saurabh, when oxygen was not available, he died outside the hall.
He reached Halat with his elder brother, but after waiting for two hours was referred to cardiology, the patient died on the way.
He takes his mother inside the emergency with his own hands as there is no stretcher in the helmet.
Somehow the patient got admitted in the hall but the patient had to bring his own oxygen.
Due to non-availability of beds in the hall, the woman died on the stretcher itself, the ward boy asked to put the body down and give back the stretcher.
The patient was referred from Halat to Rama Hospital, the patient had died on the way.