A pregnant woman was taken to the hospital by sitting in a basket (Photo Credits: ANI)
Raipur: Amid Corona Crisis, a shocking video has surfaced from Surguja district of Chhattisgarh (Chhattisgarh), in which some people are seen crossing a river with a pregnant woman in a basket of Makeshift Basket. Huh. Actually, these people are doing this so that the woman can be taken to the hospital. News agency ANI has shared the video and said that this incident is from Kadnai village in Sarguja district of the state. It is being said that ambulances cannot reach the village due to poor road connectivity from this village to reach the hospital. In such a situation, when the time came to bring a pregnant woman of this village to the hospital, some people of the village tied a basket on a pole and placed the woman on it and loaded it on her shoulder and started crossing the river.
In the video, four people are seen crossing the river carrying a pregnant woman, in which two people are seen walking in the river with the woman sitting on a basket palanquin on the pole, while two other people are walking with them. , So that they can carry the weight one by one on their shoulders to cover long distances. Eventually, after traveling a long way, the woman was somehow admitted to a government hospital. Also read: Chhattisgarh: The pregnant woman crossed the river to the hospital after putting it in a pot, but received bad news
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#WATCH: A pregnant woman from Kadnai village of Surguja was carried on a makeshift basket through a river, as ambulance couldn’t reach the village due to lack of proper road connectivity. The woman was later taken to the nearby govt hospital. #Chhattisgarh (1/8) pic.twitter.com/eenlZaWLOJ
– ANI (@ANI) August 1, 2020
In this case, Collector of Surguja Sanjay Kumar Jha says that it becomes very difficult to travel in some remote villages during rainy days. While giving the clarification, he also said that it is not a matter of having good health facilities. He said that the administration is planning to operate small cars to reduce the problems of people in such villages.