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Shivpuri News: Amazing MP- Stitches on the wounds of patients applying sweeper in the hospital, doctors are resting

Madhya Pradesh

oi-Hemant Sharma


Published: Sunday, November 6, 2022, 16:26 [IST]

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In Shivpuri, the doctors are resting and the sweepers posted in the hospital are treating the patients. The special thing is that the sweepers are putting stitches on the wounds of the patients and even bandaging it. All this is happening in front of the doctor’s eyes, but instead of touching the patient, the doctor is getting the treatment done with a sweeper.


Primary health center is the case of Baird
Actually, the whole matter of the sweeper’s treatment of the patient belongs to the primary health center Bairad. There is a sweeper named Bharat Balmiki posted in Bairad. An injured patient arrived at the hospital whose leg was injured. Seeing the wound, the doctor did not treat but the sweeper started treating the patient.

Sweeper put stitches and also tied the bandage
Bharat Balmiki first put stitches on the wound of the injured man’s leg and also tied a bandage. The special thing is that at the time when the sweeper was putting stitches on the injured person’s leg, duty doctor Hariom Dhakad was also present on the spot, but the doctor did not treat the patient himself and got the stitches done by the sweeper.

Sweeper said the doctor has come without reading
The doctors are resting and the sweepers are treating the patients. When Sweeper Bharat Balmik was talked about this, Bharat Balmiki told that the doctors have come without education, they do not know how to stitch, they do not know how to do the stitches, so how will I do the treatment, so I have stitched.

CMHO said about the action
In this case, the Chief Medical and Health Officer of the district, Pawan Jain, says that the entire matter will be investigated fairly and action will be taken against whoever is found guilty, if the doctor is found guilty, action will be taken against the doctor.

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english summary

sweepers are treating the patient in a government hospital in shivpuri

Story first published: Sunday, November 6, 2022, 16:26 [IST]

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