Uttar Pradesh: Not Able To Afford An Ambulance, Woman Spends Night Outside Hospital With Child’s Dead Body

The Logical Indian

September 6th, 2016

Source: dnaindia | ANI

The deplorable status of healthcare in our country is not something hidden but our apathy to those in need questions whether we are even interested in improving the condition.

After Dana Majhi of Odisha had to carry his dead wife for 10 Km on his shoulder, we thought there will be sensitivity, but things have not improve much.

What would be condition of a mother after her child dies and no one is there to console her? A mother has to go through the same, she was forced to spend a night outside the emergency ward of Meerut district hospital with the dead body of her two and a half year old child.




The ambulance drivers allegedly refused to take her and her child to the village which was in different district as she didn’t have Rs 1500 to pay them.

In the morning, few good samaritans collected money and hired a private ambulance to take them to her village.

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