Highlights

  • An incident that shames humanity in Palghar district of Maharashtra
  • The father took the body of 6-year-old Masoom on a bike
  • No ambulance was found to take the body from the government hospital
  • Asked the hospital administration to deposit money for the ambulance

Palghar: In Palghar, a tribal district of Maharashtra, an incident has come to light which has put humanity to shame. A father in Mokhada area of ​​the district could not find an ambulance to take his 6-year-old son’s body to a government hospital. Due to which the father was forced to take the body of a piece of his liver on a bike. The incident took place on Tuesday, although the Maharashtra government claims to provide various schemes and modern facilities for rural development, but the reality is quite the opposite. The government’s claims in Palghar district have been exposed after this heart-wrenching incident.

Innocent dies at government hospital
According to Pardhi, the victim’s father, his 6-year-old son Ajay had a fever on January 22. The family then took him to a private hospital in Trimbakeshwar. Doctors said that even after one day of treatment, his health did not improve and he had to take the innocent child to the government hospital. After consulting the doctors, his relatives admitted him to the Kutari Government Hospital in Mokhada area of ​​Palghar. Ajay died at the hospital on January 25 at 9 pm while undergoing treatment.

Money for ambulance
After the child’s death, the victim’s father requested the hospital to provide an ambulance to take the child’s body. However, doctors later said that if an ambulance was needed, money would have to be deposited for it. Pardhi, who was facing financial difficulties, showed inability to deposit money. He also joined hands with the ambulance driver and doctors to plead, but even after this the doctors and others did not break a sweat. After which, with the help of his friend, he was forced to take his son’s body to his home by bike 40 km away in the bitter cold.

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