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Civil Society seeks probe into death of MLC’s son

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JAMMU: Smelling fishy in the death of 28-year-old Sadhaya Arora, the civil society-Society for Civil Liberty has sought a high level enquiry into the mismanagement on the part of Government Medical College and Hospital (GMC&H).
The members of the society, during condolence meeting said that dengue is not a deadly disease and over thousands of cases are registered in hospitals daily, but in case of death of Sadhaya Arora, there is huge negligence on the part of GMC administration.
They demanded a high level probe into the death of young entrepreneur, especially role of GMC administration.
“A high level enquiry should be called to ascertain facts behind the death of Sadhaya. Every single doctor, paramedical staff and others shall be questioned regarding series of treatment provided to Sadhaya,” demanded the members of the society, adding that the guilty shall be punished. The members of the civil society were flanked by the friends and relatives of the deceased youth, who demanded reasons behind the death.
Those who demanded action against guilty doctors and enquiry into the entire episode included, Advocate Ritesh Gupta, Chandan Sethi, Surinder Dogra, Kunal Gandotra, Amit Dogra, Rajesh Kapoor and Ajay Verma among others. Pertinent to mention, Sadhaya was admitted at GMC on 17th October with 38,000 platelets count and mild temperature and within one day his Platelet count was reduced to 16,000.
The patient himself told his father that he overheard the staff saying that they have administered wrong platelets, due to which the body reacted badly to the platelets.

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