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Teen girl dies after doctors administer wrong injection inside private clinic in India
Uploaded On:Friday 29th of September 2023

A heart-wrenching incident has come to light from Mainpuri, Uttar Pradesh. A 12th class student, who had come for treatment in a private clinic running in Ghiror town of the district, died. The family members of the deceased student allege that their daughter died due to wrong injection. It is being told that after the death of the student, fearing an uproar, the doctor made the student lie down outside the clinic and ran away. On the complaint of the deceased’s uncle in this regard, the police has sent the body for post-mortem.

The health of Bharti, the 17-year-old daughter of Girish Chandra, resident of village Oy, Mainpuri, suddenly deteriorated on Tuesday. Immediately a high fever came. The family members hurriedly took her to Radha Swami Hospital on Karhal Road in Ghiror town. Here the doctors examined the student. Bharti was admitted to the clinic. Bharti’s uncle Praveen Kumar alleges that his niece had fever. After which he was admitted to Radhaswami Hospital at 12 o’clock on Tuesday. On Wednesday afternoon, the female doctor gave a wrong injection, after which she died.

After the death, inhumanity of the doctor and staff was seen. They took Bharti’s body out of the clinic and kept it on the roadside. The doctor and staff were afraid that the family would create an uproar, so they closed the clinic and ran away.

As soon as the information was received, the local police reached the spot. Police sent the body for post-mortem after Panchnama. On the complaint of the deceased’s uncle Praveen Kumar, the police has started investigating the case. At the same time, clinic operator Dr. Ravi Kumar told the media that, ‘The girl had consumed poison. His condition was already worrying. He had asked the family members to take him to the District Hospital Mainpuri. But, the family did not take him. Pleadingly, he asked for treatment from him only.

In this regard, Chief Medical Officer Dr. RC Gupta said, ‘No complaint has been received yet. There is no information whether the clinic is registered or not. Action will be taken after investigation.