Corona suspect's death caused panic...
Corona suspect hanged, ambulance personnel did not pick up the dead body due to no PPE kit
A young man committed suicide by hanging himself in the village Kailai in the district on Monday night. After the death of the young man, there was a stir in the police administration overnight. Ambulance personnel refused to carry the body due to his PPP kit not being a suspect due to his traveling history. This left the body lying there for four hours. The body was later taken to the district hospital, where samples were taken and sent to Jaipur for examination.
According to the information, Parasuram Mahawar (33), the Birju Mahawar son of village Kailai, gave his life by hanging himself. On receipt of information, Sikandra police station reached the spot. On inquiry, it was revealed that Birju Mahawar used to work in the factory in Ahmedabad.
During the lockdown, on March 27, he came to village Kailai, which was screened and kept on home isolation for 14 days. His home isolation period was completed on 11 April. He had been drinking continuously since then. He hanged after coming under depression.
Police trapped the body with the help of family members. The ambulance was ordered by the Sikandra police station in-charge, but the ambulance driver and the accompanying assistant refused to place the body in the ambulance. Due to which the body lay for about four hours. Sikandra police station in-charge told the officers not to keep the dead body in the ambulance.
Officers of the medical department were informed about the case over the telephone. The driver and assistant stationed in the ambulance said Corona could not place the body of the suspect in an ambulance because they did not have a PPE kit. The incident, which lasted for about four hours, was followed by ambulance personnel from Dausa with a PPE kit and transported the body to the community health center Sikandra.
Sikandra police station in-charge sent a letter to higher officials demanding action by ambulance personnel. Sikandra police station in-charge Rajpal Yadav said that the staff posted in the ambulance adopted a non-cooperation attitude. The body of the deceased has been sent to Dausa. On March 27, eight people including Birju Mahawar came from Ahmedabad in village Kailai. All these were not sampled by the medical department for examination. Only screened and placed on home isolation.