A Pregnant woman who was bleeding, came to a hospital in Jamshedpur to seek medical help was purportedly asked to scrub up her blood at the hospital, additionally also held accountable for spreading the coronavirus, and this denied matter led up to the loss of her child.
The woman is identified as Rizwana Khatun. On Sunday, she wrote a letter to the Chief Minister of Jharkand, there she mentioned that it took her significant time to clean the floor due to which she couldn’t get medical care on time that cost her the termination of her child.
She had extreme acute pain because of the moping job and also get assaulted by the medical staff of that hospital. She straight away rushed to another private hospital where the doctors have informed her that the child was dead. The lady has firmly requested the CM to take suitable actions against the qualities so that in future such events do not get repeated.
She visited the hospital on Thursday as she rigorously started bleeding. She hurried to a hospital named Mahatma Gandhi Memorial College and Hospital in Jamshedpur district of Jharkhand.
The incident is currently under the acknowledgement of Jharkhand police and the SSP of Jamshedpur city has been asked to interrogate the matter thoroughly.
According to the lady during that point, the hospital has assaulted her and forcibly asked her to wipe her own blood.
Now the question arises: until when humanity will suffer?
In some parts of the country, people are pelting stones and beating the medical staff and cops when they are performing their duties. And in some parts, a pregnant lady is being assaulted and defendant due to her religious identity.
The one who is being applauded nationwide for saving lives at one hand is turning to be a killer at the other. This is reportedly the second or third case in the country where women were not allowed the treatment because of their religious faith and in turn, lost their child. Before that, a very similar case was reported in Rajasthan.
Let all of us hope for more acceptance and empathy and justiciable actions than such atrocious actions full of cruelty.