- JLN Hospital case in Ajmer district, Rajasthan
- Old lady dies on road due to lack of treatment
- Video going viral on social media, administration silent
Corona’s havoc continues in Ajmer. On Sunday, a video outside Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital is going viral on social media. In this video, an old woman is seen dying on the road. In this video, the family members of the old woman make the video and in it, the hospital management is seen to be accused of death due to lack of treatment.
Bed in JLN full, all gates closed!
After this video went viral, everyone is now questioning the administration in relation to how people are being pushed to death by not treating them. After the video went viral, the hospital administration has kept silence till now. Nobody is willing to say anything. Significantly, all the gates were closed due to full beds in JLN Hospital. The gate in front of Sitaram temple has been opened for new patients but police has been deployed here.
Husband murdered his wife
Here in the Ganj police station area of Ajmer, there has been a case of strangulation of a married woman. The accused husband has gone to the hands of the police. The accused confessed that his wife was not going to Allahabad with him, which also led to a quarrel between them. After this, he killed his wife. It is being told that in this case a complaint has been lodged against the deceased’s mother-in-law, Ahmed Rizwan, for murder and taking away the 13-month-old duo. According to Thanadikari Dharamvir Singh, the incident is on 27 April. Police said that the accused went to Jaipur after killing him and reached his home in Uttar Pradesh from Jaipur. But now the police have arrested him. Police said that Ahmed Rizwan was married to Shahina 2 years ago. Shahina and her quarrels were also going on for some time. Rizwan was upset about not going with Shahina. After this, the wife was killed by cutting the throat with a vegetable cutting knife.
Coronation of Corona in Ajmer: All the gates in JLN hospital closed after the bed is full, deployment of police