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    A news release by the medical facility superintendent released on Friday stated that the moms and dads were not aware that a rescue got on the means as well as left 15 mins before its arrival.
    Couple Carry dead body on scooty
    A pair from Kumada, a tribal town in Munchingiputtu mandal of Alluri Seetharamaraju area in Andhra Pradesh brought their 14-days old kid’s corpse on a scooty for over 100 kilometres as they were not able to accessibility rescue center to their town from King George Hospital (KGH) in Visakhapatnam area on Thursday, February 16. However a news release by the medical facility superintendent released on Friday stated that the moms and dads were not aware that a rescue got on the means as well as left 15 mins before its arrival. .
    As per media records, the pair requested a rescue to take their kid that died at KGH in Vizag to their town which has to do with 120 kilometres away. The medical facility team might not give a rescue for such a cross country as well as therefore the pair brought the kid’s body on a two-wheeler toPaderu The team of the Paderu government medical facility, that learnt more about them, scheduled a rescue from Paderu to their town.
    According to Dr P Ashok Kumar, Superintendent of KGH, the mommy brought to life the kid on February 2 at Paderu Government medical facility in Alluri Seetharamaraju  area. However, as a result of respiratory system issues, the kid was described KGH medical facility in Visakhapatnam, where he was placed on a ventilator. The kid did not make it through the therapy as well as was stated dead on Thursday. .
    Dr Ashok Kumar refuted the claims on the medical facility team as well as stated, “There is no question of unavailability of the ambulances. In case if the government ambulance is not available then the KGH management will arrange a private ambulance and pay for it.”  He included that there are 7 Mahaprasthanam lorries particularly marked to bring the deceased to their home town. .
    According to journalism launch, the child was stated dead at 7.50 get on Thursday as well as the body was turned over to the household by 8.30 am. The tribal cell in the medical facility made love of the fatality for more procedures at around 8.40 am. The rescue was set up by 9.15 am however the household pair entrusted the child on 2 wheeler at 8.57 am also after being informed to wait. The news release likewise mentioned that the case will certainly be explored additionally. .
    Janasena event principal Pawan Kalyan released a news release mentioning that, “It is not enough for the government to say that a budget of Rs.14 thousand crores was allocated to the medical and health department. People should be served accordingly.”
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