Uproar among family members over the death of a girl suffering from dengue in Doon Hospital

Family members accused the hospital of giving wrong injection

Dehradun. There was an uproar at Doon Medical College Hospital on Wednesday after the death of a young woman. At the same time, the family accused the hospital administration of killing the girl by giving wrong injection. At the same time, he was also accused of making the dead body disappear.
According to the city Kotwali police, Nisha, a resident of Jaunsar, was suffering from dengue fever. Due to high fever he was admitted to Sahiya hospital. The girl’s platelets had reached 24 thousand. After this he was brought to Graphic Era Hospital, from where he was referred to Doon Hospital.
The family alleges that the nurse gave the injection and Nisha died instantly. After this the police kept the body in the mortuary. Not seeing the body in the ward, the family accused the hospital administration of making the body disappear. At the same time, after the death of the girl, a large number of people from the area gathered in the hospital and created a ruckus. At present the police is busy handling the situation.

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