Suspected covid-19 patient commits suicide, report comes negative

May 18 2021 09:55 AM
Suspected covid-19 patient commits suicide, report comes negative

Jabalpur: There is a big news from Madhya Pradesh. In fact, a suspected patient of covid-19 admitted to the Government Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Medical College and Hospital in Jabalpur has committed suicide. The patient is said to have committed suicide by slitting his throat last Sunday evening. His corona report has come negative after the same death. According to the information received, the family members of the deceased (30-year-old) have accused the hospital management of murder and demanded a judicial inquiry into the entire case.

In the case, Garh police station in-charge Rajesh Tiwari said that Patan resident Ganesh Singh was admitted to Ward No.3 of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Medical College and Hospital on May 14 for treatment. The patient had difficulty breathing and coughing. He further said that the patient was married and has a three-year-old daughter. As per the information received in the case, the patient was examined for corona on May 15. The man then sanded his throat with a fruit cutting knife inside the ward at around 6.30pm last Sunday. Rajesh Tiwari says he was immediately treated by the hospital management on receiving information but could not be rescued. About 8:15 pm the incident was reported to the police by the hospital management on Sunday night in the case.

The same family reached the hospital around 11.00 pm. The family members said that the patient had called them during the day on Sunday and told them that "he is not undergoing any treatment in the hospital. The hospital management is harassing in the name of treatment. He should be discharged from the hospital. Now an inquiry is being said into the matter, though nothing has been cleared so far.

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