The case of Shri Paras Hospital episode has reached New Delhi. On Wednesday, advocates met Union Social Justice Minister Ramdas Athawale. Informed him about the video that went viral in the internet media of the hospital operator. In the purported video, 22 patients are being said to have died in the oxygen mock drill stifling by the hospital operator. The Union Minister assured the advocates to write to the Uttar Pradesh government for a SIT probe into the matter.
The purported video of the operator of Shri Paras Hospital had gone viral in the internet media on June 7. In which he is talking about the death of 22 patients in the oxygen mock drill.
Nitin Verma, Mandal President of Young Advocates Association, said that the delegation of advocates met Union Social Justice Minister Ramdas Athawale to demand a CBI or SIT probe into the matter. So that the victims can get justice. The advocates told the Union Minister that there is anger among the people of Agra regarding the said case. Applications have been given to the police-administration officials on behalf of the victims. But, till now no action has been taken. Nitin Verma said that the Union Minister has assured that he will write a letter to the Uttar Pradesh government for SIT probe into the incident.
Sunil Sharma, Yogesh Lavanian, Pankaj Singh, Arvind Gautam, Sanjay Sharma of Joint Vyapar Mandal branch were among those who submitted a memorandum to the Union Minister in the Shri Paras Hospital case.
Various organizations of Sindhi society are running a campaign to get the investigation of Shri Paras Hospital case done by CBI. Under this, people of the society will write postcards to convey the voice of the victims to the President, Prime Minister, Chief Minister and Governor. On Wednesday, about five thousand postcards were distributed to the people of the society in Kedar Nagar Sindhi Panchayat. Uttar Pradesh Rashtriya Sindhi Manch Vice President Sushil Notnani said that till the victims get justice, the postcard campaign will continue. Apart from the victims Ashok Chawla, those who distributed the postcards were Bhojraj Lalwani, Harish Kriplani, Yogesh Shatwani, Kavya Notnani etc.
The office bearers of the Young Advocates Association gave a memorandum to the Union Law and Justice Minister, Agra MP Professor SP Singh Baghel in Delhi on Wednesday. According to the report of Justice Jaswat Singh Commission, the Advocates Association demanded the establishment of High Court Bench and implementation of Advocate Protection Act in Agra. The Union Minister told the officials that both these are serious subjects, a plan will definitely be made to work on them.
Source: Dainik Jagran Agra