Patient Loses Life Due to Lack of Treatment
A 45-year-old man died in Bateshwor on May 4, 2021, due to the lack of treatment.
He had been suffering from cold and fever for five days and was brought to Janakpur-based Provincial Hospital for treatment at 8 pm on May 3.
The ambulance driver had brought him back to Bateshwor at the request of his family after he was not admitted to some private hospitals in Janakpur as the beds in the isolation of the provincial hospital were not available.
According to ambulance driver Rambabu Mahato, he died due to a lack of oxygen on the verandah in front of a medical hall in Bateshwar.
According to ambulance driver Mahato, the amount of oxygen in the patient’s body was only 45%. He said that he was taken to Janakpur for treatment with oxygen in an ambulance.
Although he was suspected of having COVID-19, a PCR test was not taken.
Dipendra Prasad Singh
Over 25 Cases of Human Rights Violations and Abuses Reported Daily
The Informal Sector Service Center (INSEC) has reported statistics that every day more than 25 people are victims of human rights violations and abuses in Nepal. According to the Nepal…
Initiation of National Workshop For Human Rights Defenders
The national workshop of the National Human Rights Defenders started in Kathmandu on February 20. The program was organized by INSEC, the National Human Rights Commission, and Dan Church Aid…
Constitution has ensured Civil and political rights: Former President Bhandari
Informal Sector Service Center INSEC released its annual publication, Nepal Human Rights Yearbook 2024, amid a program in Kathmandu on February 19, 2024. The book was unveiled by former president…
Accused of Killing Arrested
Police arrested 35-year-old assistant constable Yam Bahadur Jhankri, of Karnali Province Police Training Center, Nepalgunj, on the charge of killing 26-year-old police constable Dhanmaya Thapa Magar, of Panchapuri Municipality working…
First Same-sex Marriage Registered in Bardiya
Bardiya registered its first homosexual marriage. Anju Devi Shrestha (Dipti), 33 of Badaiyatal Rural Municipality-2 and 33-year-old Supita Gurung of Kohalpur Municipality-5 legally obtained their marriage registration certificate on February…