In a shocking revelation, an investigation has been launched after a bus crash victim's amputated foot was used as a pillow in a government-run hospital. The incident is of Maharani Laxmi Bai Medical College, where the victim claimed that the hospital staff put his amputated leg under his head in order to help him. After the accident, he was later shifted to the medical hospital. The minister told reporters that departmental proceedings would be initiated against the consultant doctor, Dr Praveen Saraogi who was supposed to be on call in the emergency ward at the time of the incident.
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Visuals of the man which were aired on local channels showed him lying on a stretcher with bandages around the leg.
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The medical college's principal, Sadhna Kaushik, said a four-member committee has been formed to conduct an investigate into the matter. Patient's attendant used the leg for the same.
"The doctor looked for something to raise his head on".
The man, who was a cleaner in a school bus, had sustained serious injuries when the bus carrying children of a private school turned turtle in a bid to avoid a collision with a tractor in Mauranipur area in Jhansi district on Saturday. These incidents reveal poor health care services of the state and how much responsible the doctors are. "Strict action will be taken if our staff is found to be at fault", Ms. Kaushik said, adding that it appeared to be a case of mischief.