In Bihar hospital, A pregnant woman dies while Doctor refuses to take old Currency : A media statements about the demise of a pregnant lady in an administration doctor’s facility in Gaya in the wake of being purportedly declined dialysis for paying in old Rs. 500 notes, Bihar Human Rights Commission (BHRC) on Friday coordinated the locale justice and the healing center to present a definite statement inside a fortnight.
BHRC part Neelmani said in his request, The story, whenever genuine mirrors a stunning disregard with respect to functionaries at the administration run chief doctor’s facility at Gaya. Issue notification to the region judge, Gaya, and director of ANMMCH to record an answer to the Commission inside a fortnight.
BHRC took suo motu cognisance of media reports that the lady, spouse of an every day breadwinner had the renal shutdown and kicked the bucket on Wednesday evening at the Anugrah Narayan Magadh Medical College and Hospital (ANMMCH), and Gaya, as its dialysis focus declined to acknowledge old Rs 500 notes.
Neelmani said while scrapping high-esteem coin notes on November 8, the Center had obviously said the old notes would keep on being acknowledged by government healing facilities till November 24.
However, the patient, Manju Devi, kicked the bucket on November 23 evening. The patient had gone to the administration doctor’s facility for treatment yet the healing center had outsourced the work of dialysis to a privately owned business.
He said and asked, Why might a patient languish over the inside game plan of a doctor’s facility? The commission posted the matter for hearing on December 20.