Probe begins into hospitals not admitting injured boy

NOIDA: A day after a 16-year-old boy, who was once heading to his exam centre on a two-wheeler died in an accident, the district administration has ordered an inquiry to determine why two non-public hospitals allegedly refused to admit him prior to his dying.
Anurag Bhargava, chief scientific officer, Noida said he came to know about the problem via media studies. "We have set up a three-member team to investigate the matter. The team will question eyewitnesses, Pranjal's friends and others. They will also scan CCTV footage of two hospitals," he said.

Dr Shashi, Dr V B Dhaka and Dr Sanjeev Manglik will examine the problem and put up a file inside a month. "We will take action once the team submits its findings," he said.

Pranjal Sharma, heading to wait his Class X annual examination was once critically wounded after his moped collided with a dashing DTC bus at Rajnigandha Chowk. His friend Taleem Khan, driving pillion, escaped with minor accidents.

Khan was once dressed in a helmet whilst Sharma was once preserving a helmet in his hand. Pranjal's circle of relatives alleged that two non-public hospitals had refused to admit him, who was once later introduced dead at district medical institution, Sector 30.

Pranjal's members of the family on Saturday cremated the body after a autopsy. The circle of relatives has left for their ancestral house in Nepal.

"My son would have survived if he had received medical treatment on time. I have faith in district administration that justice will be delivered," said Aseswar Sharma, Pranjal's father.

Kailash Hospital on Saturday issued a statement pronouncing that the affected person was once brought to the medical institution in an auto at 6.30 am.

"The doctors and medical staff rushed to the patient as he was brought in. The doctors examined him and said the victim was no more. The doctors asked the staff to take him on stretcher. However, the people accompanying the patient decided against admitting him and left the spot in the same auto," V B Joshi, spokesperson, Kailash Hospital, said.

He said the allegation of 'X-ray system no longer purposeful' was once no longer true. "We have five X-ray machines and all are functional," Joshi said.

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