Shocking news has emerged from Sangli in Maharashtra. Here the employees of the government hospital took away three patients from ambulances to a deserted place. One of them has died. After the matter came to light, a three-member committee has been formed to investigate on Tuesday. The report has been summoned from the committee in 48 hours.
According to the information, three patients Shivling Kachnure, Ishad Mohammad and Shankar Maruti Shinde were admitted to Miraj Medical College, Sangli. It is alleged that on Saturday night of November 2, hospital staff took them by ambulance and left them in a deserted area near Sunder Park on Juna Kupwad Road.
After lying there for some time, a social worker Mustafa Muzawar admitted him to the City Civil Hospital in Sangli. Where a patient Shivling died during treatment. One of these patients said that the staff of Miraj Hospital had put him in an ambulance, asking to be taken to another hospital for better treatment.
He said that some people gave information to the police after seeing us lying on the road. In this case, the Executive Dean of the college, Dr Deepak Gairav has sought a report from the inquiry committee in 48 hours.
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