Expecting the doctor to save a life is a vision that we have, but the resident doctors of M.B. Hospital proved it wrong. Jitendra Singh Chauhan was brutally attacked by a bunch of resident doctors when he came seeking help for his mother, who was admitted in the faciity and was in critical condition.
As informed by sources, Indira Kanwar (45), resident of Banswara was admitted in M.B. Hospital from past few days as she was referred to Udaipur from Banswara. At 9.30 PM on 8th July, she complained about her failing health to her son Jitendra Singh Chauhan who is a Guest Faculty at CTAE.
Jitendra ran to the resident doctor on duty to seek help, and was ignored the first time. Second time, when he requested the doctor again, the doctor started ignoring instead of attending the patient. Jitendra raised protest and all of a sudden the doctor started scuffling with him.
Meanwhile, a bunch of resident doctors gathered and started beating him. He ran to save himself but they dragged him and in the scuffle he fractured his hand, fingers and took bruises on the ear. When the police guard on duty came to rescue, the resident doctors misbehaved with him too.
On getting information, when media personnel, viz. Rishabh Jain and Krishna, reporters from prominent local dailies rushed to the spot, the resident doctors hit them too. By then, many media personnel rushed to the spot and the city’s administrative and police officials including Yaseen Pathan, ADM (City); Tejraj Singh, Addl. S.P; Dayanand Saran, DYSP and other officials reached the hospital.
The Police staff tried to solve the matter but ultimately the case against resident doctors was registered at Hathipol Police Station by the Lakecity Press Club.
Not even 24 hours have passed since the controversial AQUA party, that media personnel were mistreated once again, leaving a question, that are we civilized? Are we the same we used to be? Or Are we now living our metro dream?