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5 patients killed in Aligarh due to lack of oxygen, family creates ruckus
5 patients killed in Aligarh due to lack of oxygen, family creates ruckus

Aligarh: Last night, his family members created a ruckus after five patients infected with corona virus died due to alleged lack of oxygen at a private hospital in Aligarh district of Uttar Pradesh. Five patients infected with corona virus died shortly after wednesday night at a private hospital in Gandhi Park area of Naurangabad police station area of Aligarh.

Shyam Kashyap, brother of Anil Kashyap (50), who was among the dead, told press persons on Thursday, "Five covid patients died one after the other due to oxygen shortage in the hospital. Following the incident, the hospital administration has started trying to cover up the case by ordering 40 cylinders of oxygen. " he said that if there was enough oxygen in the hospital , why was there a sudden demand for emergency supply of oxygen at nine o 'clock in the night ? According to police sources, their families, who were outraged by the death of the patients, performed a lot of violence in the hospital. On receiving the information, senior police officers rushed to the spot and pacified the family members.

On the other hand, hospital owner Dr Sanjeev Sharma refuted the allegations of lack of oxygen and said that no patient died due to lack of oxygen. He said they were all on patient ventilators and it was just a matter of time that he died at short intervals. There is enough oxygen in the hospital.

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