Heat wave, 'missing documents' claim the life of young Jamshedpur

JAMSHEDPUR: The Intense Heat Wave That Spread Throughout The Country And The Neglect Of Physicians At MGMMCH Administered By The State In Jamshedpur Caused The Death Of A Person On Friday.

Sources Said That A Mango Resident Was Taken To MGMMCH Around 2 Pm, When He Complained Of Uneasiness Due To A Heat Stroke.

Here You Can Mention That The Maximum Temperature Of The Air Is Around 42 Degrees Celsius.

The Shamim Relatives Said That When They Took Him To The Hospital There Were No Available Veterans. And Dr. SB Bhattacharya, Who Was On Duty At That Time, Were Found ' Disappeared '

Upon Detecting Patient's Poor Condition, Young Physicians Were Reluctant To Provide Any Treatment, Which Led To Delay. Shamin Died When Shift Veterans Doctors Did Not Attend To Him, Since They Were Missing, According To Their Relatives.

They Also Noted That Shamim Was Not Provided With A Bed, Since It Was Not Available And Was Made To Lie On The Floor.

Meanwhile, Jamshedpur West BJP MLA Saryu Rai (MGMMCH Is In This Assembly Electoral District) Talking To TOI He Said That The Accusation Of Shamim's Relatives Has No Foundation. He Said That The Minor Doctors Available At The Hospital Did Everything Possible To Treat The Patient. The MLA Did Not Want To Comment On The Missing Doctors.

Sources Said That Shamim Had Gone To The Mango Market To Buy Sweets In The Morning When He Suffered Sunstroke.