No ambulance for useless new child, dad and mom in Chhattisgarh’s Sukma: NHRC takes observe of Express report, points discover to collector, well being dept
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has taken suo moto cognizance of an Indian Express report on the unavailability of an ambulance to move a pair with their deceased new child again to their residence in Chhattisgarh’s Sukma. The fee has served a discover to the district Justice of the Peace and the state well being division.
In a letter issued to the Sukma district collector and the state principal secretary (well being) on June 22, the NHRC has directed them to submit a report on the difficulty inside 4 weeks.
On June 20, Kankerlanka residents Karma and Gangi had been left stranded at a well being centre 18 km from their village with their deceased child of their fingers. Earlier within the day, Gangi had given start to a untimely child boy on the Kankerlanka sub well being centre. After the child developed well being points, the dad and mom had been referred to Dornapal well being centre first, after which, district headquarters Sukma.
However, on the way in which to Sukma, the child died. After that, the couple had been dropped off at Dornapal well being centre in an ambulance round 9 pm. According to Karma, they had been assured that one other automobile would choose them up and take them to their village. No automobile got here till previous midnight, when an area journalist drove them residence.
Citing particulars from the Indian Express report on June 22, the NHRC stated it raised “a serious human rights violation issue related to Right to Life with Dignity”.
Sources within the district stated an inquiry has been ordered. “The ambulance driver who left the couple at Dornapal got another call and he prioritised it over dropping the couple back home,” a district-level official stated, requesting anonymity.