Big negligence has come to the fore in the district hospital of Indore. Where the body kept for post-mortem in the hospital was gnawed by rats. Seeing the bad condition of the dead body, the family members of the deceased created a ruckus.
Rats gnaw on the dead body in the mortuary (signal picture)
A case of gross negligence has come to light from the District Hospital of Indore, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, regarding the dead body of a patient. A body was kept for post-mortem in the mortuary of the district hospital. But even before the post-mortem of the dead body, the rats gnawed the dead body. The family members of the deceased created a ruckus in the hospital. According to the hospital administration, the strictest action will be taken against whoever is guilty in this case.
This case is of Dhar district. Where Krishnakant Panchal, a resident of Shejwar, had eaten a chemical substance. After which he was taken to the district hospital of Dhar for treatment. But due to the serious condition of the patient, the doctors referred him to Indore. After this the family brought him to the district hospital in Indore for treatment. The young man died during treatment. The police had kept the dead body of the deceased in the mortuary of the district hospital of Indore for post-mortem. But on Saturday morning, the munching marks of rats were found on the cheek of the dead body.
Due to carelessness, rats bitten hands and feet
The deceased’s nephew Rahul Panchal told that the body of my uncle Krishnakant Panchal was sent to the district hospital’s morgue for postmortem on Friday evening. But we saw that the morgue does not even have the facility of a freezer to keep the dead body safe. He told that the morgue staff had said that there would be no damage to the body in the night. But after the postmortem, when we saw the dead body on Saturday, we found munching wounds of rats on its face, palm, thumb and fingers.
Action will be taken against the accused
At the same time, Dr. Santosh Verma, Civil Surgeon of the hospital said that the bite marks of rats have been found on the cheek of the dead body. He said that regular spraying of medicines is done through a private agency for the prevention of rats and other animals in the morgue of the district hospital. Dr said that strictest action will be taken against whoever is guilty of munching the dead body by rats.
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