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Medical SHOCK: Teen Girl ‘Thrown Out’ By Hospital UP’s Mainpuri After ‘Wrong’ Treatment, Dies

<p>A 17-year-old girl died in the Mainpuri region of Uttar Pradesh after reportedly being ‘thrown out’ by a private hospital where she had been hospitalized for two days, according to a troubling case of medical indifference that has come to light. Her “wrong treatment” at the institution, according to the victim’s relatives, was what led to her demise.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-211835″ src=”https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/theindiaprint.com-download-2023-09-29t182434.034.jpg” alt=”theindiaprint.com download 2023 09 29t182434.034″ width=”1433″ height=”1073″ srcset=”https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/theindiaprint.com-download-2023-09-29t182434.034.jpg 259w, https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/theindiaprint.com-download-2023-09-29t182434.034-150×112.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 1433px) 100vw, 1433px” title=”Medical SHOCK: Teen Girl 'Thrown Out' By Hospital UP's Mainpuri After 'Wrong' Treatment, Dies 3″></p>
<p>On Thursday, minutes after reportedly being “thrown out” by medical workers after two days of treatment, the girl passed away just outside the Radha Swami medical in Ghiror town in Mainpuri.</p>
<p>A horrific social media video depicts an obviously dead girl slumped over the seat of a motorbike while the lady who was with her screams out in pain, perhaps realizing that the kid is now dead.</p>
<p>The video footage showed a man and a woman who seemed to be medical staff members returning up the hospital steps after leading the child outside and to her family’s motorbike.</p>
<p>A guy is heard yelling, “Tumne bahar nikal ke dal diya patient,” accusing them of withdrawing the girl from the hospital before a car was set up for her.</p>
<p>The girl seems to be dead. She is sitting on the motorbike with a guy, perhaps a relative, supporting her back. Moments later, a female relative realizes the girl is dead and is now stretched over both bike seats. The hospital personnel is not present.</p>
<p>UP The government has taken action against the private hospital after Deputy Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak, who oversees the state’s health department, issued an order on Thursday. The facility’s license has been stopped and the premises have been sealed. She allegedly received “wrong treatment” in the private hospital, according to her relatives.</p>
<p>According to Mainpuri Chief Medical Officer (CMO) R C Gupta, who provided information about the event, the deceased, a class 12 girl named Bharti, was taken to the hospital on Tuesday afternoon after complaining of a fever.</p>
<p>The youngster was brought to the hospital, but her health worsened on Thursday as a result of what her family claims was “wrong treatment” by medical staff. “The family members claim that the girl received improper care, which led to a decline in her health,” CMO Gupta stated.</p>
<p>The family reported that the personnel took the patient out and then “fled” rather than making plans to transfer her to another hospital.</p>
<p>Shortly after being taken out of the hospital, the girl passed away outdoors, according to Gupta.</p>
<p>Minister Pathak claimed on social media that he instructed the CMO to take “strict action” right once after learning about the situation.</p>
<p>The nodal officer has delivered a report on the first inquiry. He said on X’ that “the aforementioned Radha Swami Hospital, in front of SSD College, Karhal Road, Mainpuri has been sealed.”</p>
<p>The community health center in Ghiror has taken up the hospital’s remaining patients.</p>
<p>It has been requested that the CMO and the second CMO undertake a thorough investigation and submit their findings within a week.</p>
<p>The minister said on the microblogging website that “action will also be taken to cancel the registration of the said hospital and lodge a FIR.”</p>
<p>Such occurrences won’t be accepted under any situation. The offenders would face the worst punishment possible, he promised.</p>
<p>After a patient died as a result of suspected carelessness earlier this month, the government took similar action against Amethi’s Sanjay Gandhi Hospital, which is operated by a trust led by Congresswoman Sonia Gandhi.</p>
<p>Workers from the Congress and Samajwadi Parties demonstrated for the hospital’s reopening and filed legal complaints as a result.</p>

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