"Pregnant wife did not get treatment in medical college": Husband said-was asking for money for operation, admitted to private hospital

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"Pregnant wife did not get treatment in medical college": Husband said-was asking for money for operation, admitted to private hospital
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Pregnant did not get treatment at Shahjahanpur Medical College. After this, he was forced to admitted to a private hospital. The woman's husband has made this allegation. She also complained to a member of the Women's Commission. Swati Singh, wife of Manmohan of Barikhas village of Madnapur block, is pregnant. "On July 20, we admitted our wife Swati to Shahjahanpur Medical College. Our wife was not getting treatment properly. On July 21, a member of the State Women's Commission, Sunita Bansal came to inspect the Government Medical College." "Our wife Swati Singh had complained to Sunita Bansal. The time is over, but the hospitals are not doing the operation. 5 thousand rupees are being sought in the name of operation. On this, Sunita Bansal said that Sunita Bansal has done the operation with the principal. He said. Tax complained. "Women's Commission member Sunita Bansal said," Principal Rajesh Kumar was called several times, but she did not receive the phone. " Manmohan said, "On Friday, the doctors refused to do the operation by telling him to be a slant child. After this, he was admitted to a private hospital." "The allegation of asking for money was baseless" State Medical College Principal Rajesh Kumar said, "Women's Commission The member of the member was not able to pick up due to being busy. Later, he did not get a call several times, his phone did not pick up. The allegation of asking the patient in the name of operation is baseless. "Copyright © 2022-23 DBB Corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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