Govt doctor in Karnataka uses ambulance to transport furniture of his clinic
While in a country where getting Ambulance in emergency situations is a major challenge, some doctors are using this for their personal service.
A shocking case of apathy has emerged where a government doctor of a Koppal hospital in Karnataka used an ambulance to transport furniture of his clinic and LPG cylinder. The incident happened on Monday.
Since, then this incident has sparked outrage as lack of ambulances available to government hospitals in the country has led to countless incidents of loss of life.
In 2016, Dana Majhi, a laborer in the remote area of Odisha was walking with the dead body of his wife on his shoulder as he could not manage to hire an vehicle. Dana Majhi incident brought into public attention about the lack of basic medical services in remote regions. According to the World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Index, India ranks 106 out of 140 count countries for health care.