The management allowed to see the dead body only once in a hurry, but when the relatives asked to see the dead body for the second time, the employees of the management refused. When the police intervened, the body was shown again, with one eye missing.
Rats once again gnawed the eyes of the dead body in the Marchuri of the district hospital of Sagar, Madhya Pradesh. The matter came to light on Thursday morning when the body was taken out of the freezer for postmortem. One eye of the dead body was missing. This is the second case within 15 days, when the eye of the dead body brought for postmortem has disappeared. Earlier on January 4, a similar case came to the fore, when the body was kept on the table for postmortem. The hospital management says that the rats have taken out the eye of the dead body.
According to the information, Ramesh Ahirwar, who lives behind the Juvenile Court located in the Civil Police Station area, was missing since January 15. Police found Ramesh in an injured state on January 16, after which he was admitted to the district hospital. He died during treatment on 17 January. The dead body was kept in mercury’s deep-freezer. Doctors said that Ramesh had epilepsy, due to which he died. Due to non-identification of the body, the body was kept in the freezer for two days. On Thursday morning, when the relatives reached Marchuri to identify the dead body, one of his eyes was missing.
The management allowed to see the dead body only once in a hurry, but when the relatives asked to see the dead body for the second time, the employees of the management refused. When the police intervened, the body was shown again, with one eye missing. The relatives created a ruckus accusing the hospital management of smuggling human organs. However, the police somehow handled the situation.
Regarding the matter, the management told that the rats also entered in the de-freezer of Mercury and they bit the eye of the dead body. After a lot of persuasion, the relatives took the dead body and left the mortuary.
Earlier, on January 4, from the Marchuri of the district hospital, rats had gnawed the eyes of 32-year-old Moti’s father Barelal Gound, a resident of Amet village. Then CMHO Dr. Mamta Timori had formed an inquiry committee, but till date this inquiry committee could not present any report. During this, both the freezers of the hospital were improved. The dead bodies were kept in the same, but due to the disappearance of the eyes of the dead body from inside the freezer, many questions are being raised on the arrangement of the hospital.
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