Bhavnagar: The Bhavnagar district government hospital has sought assist from the Botad police to hint and convey again 13 to 14 sufferers who had consumed illicit liquorand have fled the hospital within the final 24 hours with out finishing medical therapy,
Dr Jayesh Brahmbhatt, Superintendent of the Bhavnagar District Government Hospital advised the native media, “Since Tuesday afternoon till Wednesday morning, 13 to 14 patients have fled from the hospital. The hospital administration has shared a list of the patients with the police and requested them to bring them back so that their treatment can be completed.”
Brahmbhatt stated, “The patients must have felt that they have recovered and do not need further treatment, so instead of waiting for the official discharge, they have left the hospital.”
“This is not possible without hospital staff or security personnel’s involvement,” alleged Congress spokesperson Manhar Patel. According to his info, “the government hospital has 24 X 7 private security personnel at all important entry and exit gates. This agency is hired by the hospital’s Rogi Kalyan Samiti.” He demanded that as a substitute of simply bringing again the sufferers, the Bhavnagar police also needs to examine whether or not anybody from the hospital was concerned in serving to the sufferers to flee.
According to Patel, 88 sufferers had been taking therapy for the side-effects of illicit liquor, of which until morning 14 had handed away and 7 had been in vital situation. All these sufferers had been introduced from Botad district’s Barwala Taluka for therapy.