After Covid Patient Dies Attandents Attack Doctors
The doctors have since been recalled to work because of the sheer number of patients requiring medical treatment and care
New Delhi: Doctors at Delhi were attacked Tuesday morning by the attendants of a woman, 67, who died in the emergency ward because the hospital had no ICU beds available.
An unspecified number of hospital staff, including doctors, were injured in the clash outside Apollo Hospital in the national capital, which took place between 8 and 10 am. The police arrived an hour later – around 11 am.
The staff have since been recalled by the hospital because of the sheer number of patients requiring medical treatment and care, as the city and country battles a devastating Covid wave.
Shocking visuals of the incident show a group of men fighting just inside the hospital gates.
A masked man in a gray shirt can be seen furiously attacking another (in a yellow shirt) with a lathi as three or four others – who seem to be security personnel – try to detain him. As the 27-second video plays out, the man in the yellow shirt runs away with his attacker in hot pursuit.
The video then focuses on a second clash, in which two men – one in a red shirt and the other in a white shirt – can be seen trading punches and kicks.
A larger group, including a man who likes like a hospital attendant and the lathi-carrying attacker from the first fight, then rushes forward as utter chaos reigns. The a woman can be heard screaming.
The group then breaks up as two or three men, presumably the attackers, disengage and run away. A woman’s voice can be heard saying: “Maaro usko, sahi baat hain (Hit him, that’s right).”
Another voice can also be heard using expletives.
Delhi, like other parts of the country, is battling a devastating wave of Covid infections that has brought the city’s health infrastructure to its knees.
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