Uttar Pradesh: Woman denied ambulance to carry daughter’s deadbody in Meerut


In yet another instance of indifference, a lady in Uttar Pradesh's Meerut city was compelled to spend a night outside the crisis wing of the region clinic with her more than two year old tyke's dead body after emergency vehicle drivers professedly declined to take them to their town which was in another locale.

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The perished kid's mom, Imrana, asserted that she had asked for specialists at the healing facility for quite a long time to get an emergency vehicle administration and, from that point, she reached the doctor's facility rescue vehicle driver, however he declined to go, expressing private ambulances requested Rs. 1,500 for the adventure which she didn't have.

"The emergency vehicle approached me for Rs.1500 to take my tyke's dead body back home. I had called 108 to achieve rescue vehicle," said Imrana.

The following morning, a few people contracted a private rescue vehicle to take the body to her town.

This stunning occurrence just comes days after a man in Odisha was compelled to convey his dead spouse on shoulder after been denied a funeral car by the healing center powers while another needed to walk miles conveying his seven-year-old little girl's body as the rescue vehicle transporting them supposedly left them halfway.

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