A recent crime case has surfaced from Kharsia Tehsil in Raigarh district of Chhattisgarh. In this case, the family members of a woman have alleged that doctors at the Vananchal hospital have taken her kidney during the treatment of appendicitis. The district administration has started an investigation into the matter as soon as the news is received. According to reports, officials in the case said that the woman's family had complained to the SDM and the SOPs seeking registration of an FIR against the doctors in the case.
In the case, he said, "after the complaint, Raigarh District Magistrate Yashwant Kumar today constituted a five-member administrative enquiry committee, including three senior doctors, led by Kharsia's SDM Girish Ramteke. The Committee has been asked to submit its enquiry report compulsorily within days. "Homologous of the News", the family members of Markam Godi Village resident of Janjgir Chanpa District, Sumitra Patel (62 years), have complained that their appendicitis operation took place in Kharsia's private hospital "Vananchal care" on May 30. In the meantime, physicians took out the woman's left kidney.
The woman's family said that the elder son of the first woman of the operation had been signed by doctors on blank paper, which is illegal, it is illegal to take a sign of blank paper from any person. His kidney has been removed with the consent of the family for the purpose of charging. Now the investigation in this case continues.