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Pune: A 33-year-old female patient allegedly went missing from a Kovid-19 hospital after her family members protested outside the hospital on Thursday. The Pune Metropolitan Municipality says that the woman was discharged from the hospital on September 5, but her family members have lodged a missing complaint at the Shivajinagar police station here.
The mother of the said woman told the reporters that the woman was admitted to the hospital on August 29 after her confirmation of the corona virus infection in her investigation. The hospital is located in the grounds of the College of Engineering, Pune. Read this also. Mumbai: Hearing begins in Bombay High Court on the bail plea of Riya and Shovik Chakraborty: Big news and headlines of 24 September 2020 LIVE.
The woman’s mother said, “I came to meet her the next day but the staff of Jumbo Hospital told me that the patient is inside the ward and is safe.” I was told not to worry and come 15 days later. ” He said that when he and his family reached the hospital on September 13, their daughter was not found there.
The woman’s mother said, “When the hospitalists asked us to come after 15 days, why did they leave the hospital before that?” Why were we not informed about this? Why was he not sent home by ambulance? ”
Pune-based social worker Rahul Dambale is assisting the family. He said that the hospital should have filed a missing complaint. He said, “For the last 25 days, the woman has no anger, so her family members today protested in front of the hospital.”
An official of the Shivajinagar police station said that after the missing report was lodged, he went to the hospital and demanded documents and CCTV footage to recruit and discharge the woman. The officer said, “We hope that all the documents will be received today. We have given a picture of the woman in all the police stations and efforts are being made to find her. ”
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