Uttar Pradesh: Accident victim lies on the floor in Kushinagar hospital unattended as stray dog roams around him, video surfaces

The video from the district hospital in Kushinagar captures the negligence of the authorities and hospital staff.

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Thursday, November 03, 2022, 01:05 PM IST
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Kushinagar (Uttar Pradesh): In a shocking incident, a severely injured man was seen lying unattended on the floor of an emergency ward in a district hospital in Kushinagar.

The patient, reportedly an accident victim, was seen having blood stains on his face and was lying unconconsious next to a garbage bin.

The video from the district hospital in Kushinagar captures the negligence of the authorities and hospital staff.

The accident victim was forced to lie on the floor at the government district hospital due to poor management of the situation.

A stray dog was seen roaming near the injured person but not a single health worker was seen in the emergency ward.

The dog was also seen licking the blood stains on the floor.

It is suspected that the health workers working in emergency may were not present in the emergency ward that night. (Warning: Strong visuals, viewer discretion is recommended)

The incident comes at a time when Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is claiming to bringing in radical changes in the health facilities of the state, one by making it the first state in India to have a Live Emergency Monitoring System.

To implement this scheme, an Integrated Trauma and Emergency Center will be set up on the lines of the COVID Command Center, reports said.

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