Covid patient's wife begs for bed outside CM's home; man dies on way to hospital


Bengaluru, May 6 (IANS): In a tragic incident, a Covid patient died on his way to the hospital after his family members pleaded for a hospital bed in front of Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa's official residence Cauvery, here on Thursday.

Even though the CMO officials made arrangements for a bed and an ambulance, the patient was reportedly declared brought dead by the hospital authorities.

The deceased person has identified as Satish, a resident of Ramohalli on the outskirts of Bengaluru.

According to sources in the CMO, Satish's wife came along with her ailing husband aged around 50 years, and staged a protest in front of the CM's residence seeking a bed for her husband.

"After testing positive for Covid-19, my husband was convalescing at home. But unfortunately his condition deteriorated, and we could not get him admitted to a hospital despite all our efforts," the wailing wife told mediapersons.

According to her, the family members searched all around Ramohalli, which has about a dozen hospitals, but none were ready to admit her husband citing non-availability of beds.

"As the family was accompanied by a Covid patient, none were ready to evict them. After mediapersons intervened, the CMO officials within a short time arranged for a bed at the M.S. Ramaiah Hospital. An ambulance was also arranged, but the patient died on his way to the hospital," the source said.

The woman complained that she ran from pillar to post in and around Ramohalli in search of a hospital bed for her husband, and even her continuous efforts to get in touch with the Covid control rooms also did not yield any result, as all the helpline numbers were busy for the last two days.

"I could not bear to see my husband's deteriorating health condition. Therefore, I came all the way from Ramohalli with great difficulty only to seek the CM's intervention to get a bed for my husband, or else let him die here (in front of CM's house)," the source told IANS quoting the woman.

 

 

 

 

 

  

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  • John, Mangaluru

    Fri, May 07 2021

    Wonder where is our state BJP head and future Union Finance Minister is hiding...maybe strategising to how to make 1US Dollar to Rs 15. Anyways fuel prices are up again

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  • chris, mangalore

    Fri, May 07 2021

    it is better all.people go to this MP and MLA and minister houses

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Fri, May 07 2021

    We have become worst than Somalia, thanks to the utterly incapable administration!

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  • Smu, Mangaluru

    Fri, May 07 2021

    Yeddi must be repenting - he was wrong in toppling previous Jds-congress congress

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  • Omar, Mysore

    Fri, May 07 2021

    Acche Din and double engine growth at its best. The struggling poor people should come to your home to get beds ? while you and Shobakka claim everything is good/no shortage, your own MP claiming corruption in BBMP and communalizing the issue to look for scapegoat? Shame on you

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  • Prakash, Mangalore

    Fri, May 07 2021

    Sad state of affairs. Please publish which hospital ICU, Oxygen and beds available so critical patients go and admit.

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  • Jacyy, Mangalore f

    Thu, May 06 2021

    Wonder where are our bajrang sena at this critical time. Are they busy handling cow calls. This is the time people need the Santa to save human life

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  • Sam, Mumbai

    Thu, May 06 2021

    Time to start pressing the NOTA button in next election. We need educated and trustworthy ministers. People from the current ruling and opposition parties have shown their incompetence.

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  • Chandu, Karla

    Thu, May 06 2021

    Why to protest and complain now......when we voted them to power, we didn't ask them for Hospitals, Medicine, Health care, educational institutions, good roads, employment, good environment, safe drinking water, safety of citizens instead we were concerned about our caste, religion, political party and all that crap which Netas were throwing with their chests thumping. So what we sowed, we are reaping now. ........!!! Anyway nothing is going to change......it will continue....as long as we the people learn to make our choices.

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  • Omar, Mysore

    Fri, May 07 2021

    That doesn’t mean people should sit quite till 2024 . JUMLA sarkar has taken same attitude in causing disasters like gst,demonsitization, privatisation of banks and protest can only stop such disastours experiments look at farmers holding them by their necks. India is still a Democratic country , people shouldn’t wait till 2024 , learn from farmers of Punjab and protest to get right governance.

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  • T.Lobo, Bejai

    Thu, May 06 2021

    His bloodline will run dry. The curse of a suffering woman is very powerful. Rest in peace dear Satish.

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  • tds, Mangalore

    Thu, May 06 2021

    India urgently need educated and loyal ministers.....

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  • danny king, usa

    Thu, May 06 2021

    well...more deaths due to hunger is expected. Karnatak is going for full lockdown

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  • Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Thu, May 06 2021

    Those who went or going through this type of pain and hardship may be cursing the leader of the country and failed timely action in containg the virus. BJP is ahead # 1 in following up election schedule and to make any other political mukth Bharath but eventually their aim is making our country the other way. Bad intentions produc bad events.

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  • Kudla Stories, Kudla

    Thu, May 06 2021

    Every party irrespective of whoch relegion they support or take advantage of, will have to answer. Either here or heaven or hell. If our government has let us down, they will still be answerable. If not us atleast to God. Implications will directly fall on them.

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  • kavin, udupi

    Thu, May 06 2021

    Government of Karnataka failled to tackle covid situation.

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  • Roger, Palimar

    Thu, May 06 2021

    Govt. of Karnataka is a branch of tree called govt. of India.... so blame them for the mishandling the covid + other issues..... Do you need a Vista (new house for PM when people are dying.....

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  • Jeeth, Mangalore

    Thu, May 06 2021

    The only reason our country has reached this state is due to us ( including ones who are commenting here .. me too). The sad part of we the people of India is we have always been casting our votes based on religion, caste or some trivilous reasons. We have never read a parties manifesto... nor seen the credentials of the candidate representing our constituency. Only thing we see if if the candidate is from BJP or congress... what have we got by doing that??? Death everywhere...!! If we would make our candidates accountable for the nonsense they would do then we would have got candidates really working for the society. Our so called representatives clearly know whatever anger people have is for short term. People have SHORT TIME MEMORY. When elections come again people will choose the same old shit religion.. caste....and choose the same old fools who will give crap back to the society. Its a never ending cycle. WE SHOULD REMEMBER OUTPUT DEPENDS ON OUR INPUT. Hopefully next time when we vote see credentials of the candidate. See if he/she is educated. See their caliber and then vote. Hopefully we will have some better future. Else future is grim.

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  • Sunny, Mangalore

    Thu, May 06 2021

    Well said... I second you Bro..

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  • Anil kumar, mangalore

    Thu, May 06 2021

    so u mean if congress gov wld have been there wld hve been no corona at all?

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  • Prakash, Mangalore

    Thu, May 06 2021

    Jeeth, Mangalore. I completely agree with your comments. We need Educated, broad minded people in politics. Its our responsibility vote based on candidate credentials and consistency who look welfare of the people.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Thu, May 06 2021

    It is heartwrenching to hear such sad news and how,what problems are going through the people for a bed in hospital and last had to give up with their life.These big ones always have one answer,parat.Beds are not lacking have oxygen .But patients are not getting none of this.why?Wher are the oxygen cylinders landed?Govt hspitals got very less ,most of them were for private hospitals reserved!what a difference.Cylinders were taken at midnight through the border out.Poor man dies.Hope corona will get tired of poor people sufferings and go away soon .

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, May 06 2021

    What is the use of Rs. 3,500 Crores Statue & Rs. 20,000 Crores Central Vista ...

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  • Prakash, Mangalore

    Thu, May 06 2021

    Sad news. May his soul rest in peace. If we had proper facilities for Covid19 patients his life has been saved. Poor people life no value.

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  • Amit, Mangalore

    Thu, May 06 2021

    CM ho yaa PM, yekee tokri ke Tatte-Butte hai !!! They got full one year time to get prepared for 2nd attack of Covid, but unfortunately Feku, Daku and Appas were busy with toppling people elected government and horsetrading. The result is, with people, who voted for Cow GOBERMENT, innocents also has to suffer for the Crime (voting ) they never committed!!! Today BJP governments in all states and Centre become a incompetent authority . Good for Nothing!!!!

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  • NITIN SHETTY, bangalore

    Thu, May 06 2021

    The country whose people had dropped (defeated) the government due to onions being expensive, today the people of the same country are very silent on the dead bodies falling (dropping ) on roads and crematorium .

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  • Praveen, Bangalore

    Thu, May 06 2021

    True Mr. Nithin. The people wanted a boasting and orator and now many have realised after facing drastic changes economically. The people had mocked the real hero of economy without analysing his contributions to our Motherland. Now they don't have time to curse because many are dieing before they think of their mischief.

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  • Anand, Mangalore

    Thu, May 06 2021

    Sad to hear this! Super MP Tejasvi had shared hotline numbers for allotment of beds!

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  • Sameer, Riyadh

    Thu, May 06 2021

    It took time because Karnataka CM Yediyurappa had to first ask Modiji. He needs Modiji's permission before arranging anything. Come Next elections they will be at your door early morning begging for vote .

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