- Corona havoc in Rajasthan, health system becomes insensitive
- The patient died while waiting for admission on the hospital bench
- Youth dies in front of family members in Jodhpur
Waiting for admission on the hospital bench, a young man named Devi Singh of Jodhpur died in front of his family members. Neither the doctors could do anything nor the family members could save their beloved from death. How inadequate the resources of the country to compete with Corona, Devi Singh is just a hallmark. Thinking carefully, the heart will
The shocking incident of Jodhpur
This incident of Jodhpur is shocking. As deadly as Kovid-19 disease is, our preparedness to deal with it is equally superficial. Upon reaching the hospital door, the body became cold while waiting for admission. Householders proved to be helpless in front of the system. Just kept watching the lamp of your house extinguished. Could not do anything.
The entire system looks insensitive
Youth is India’s future and India’s future succumbed to lack of oxygen and beds. Actually, the entire system of our hospitals has failed. Due to high pressure, doctors are unable to understand which patient needs to be seen on priority and which patient later. The doctors and the hospital management are under so much pressure that even the family of any patient does not listen. The whole system seems to be insensitive.
Life lost in waiting for hospitalization
Devi Singh struggled with life and death on an iron bench made in the hospital’s premises. They were waiting for a primate to come and take pity on their condition. But life fell heavily on him and the bet was lost. With this defeat, the whole system was also defeated. When the health of Pappu Singh’s son Devi Singh of Chotila village deteriorated, the family brought him to the hospital. He hoped that his son would get life in the biggest hospital in the division.
Surrender of death coping system
Even after the run and pleadings in the hospital, nothing was achieved. Devi Singh, lying on the bench, continued to struggle for one breath each. Devi Singh was finally defeated in a battle that broke out with breath. This defeat is not of Devi Singh, but of the health system, which we used to pretend. Anyway, life and death are not in anyone’s hands. But the entire system of coping with death is surrendered in front of the corona. This is what it looks like, at least in the case of Devi Singh.