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The Allahabad High Court on Wednesday granted bail to Dr Kafeel Khan, eight months are he was arrested in connection with the hospital tragedy in Gorakhpur in which sixty-three children had died due to lack of oxygen.

Kafeel is among those accused in the Gorakhpur's BRD Medical College tragedy last year in August. He was earlier brought to district hospital for medical checkup after his wife alleged that her husband was being denied medical care.

After the tests,he told media present there that he was being framed. "It is complete administrative failure and I have been framed. When the budget was not released from higher level, where from the payment could have been made (for oxygen cylinders)?" he had asked.

Asked if the jail administration was providing medicines to him, he replied in the affirmative. "Yes, they are giving (medicines)," he said.

But before soon, the police bundled him into the vehicle and he was not able to answer as to why he did not get bail despite Manish Bhandari, the director of oxygen supplier firm Pushpa Sales, got the relief. Dr Kafeel's tests were to be carried out last week but due to lack of sufficient security forces, it was delayed.

Sixty-three children, including infants had died in August 2017 within four days due to disruption in supply of oxygen.

Class 5 student committed suicide in Gorakhpur after consuming poison. According to the reports he was upset over punishment given by teacher.

11-year-old  Navneet Prakash, student of St Anthony's Convent School died in a hospital on Wednesday.

“Please ask my teacher to not punish anyone so severely.” This was what he had written in his last wish.

According to deceased parents, On September 15, the child had gone to school for an exam. He was visibly upset after coming back from school;.

In his suicide note, the child says that the teacher made the him stand on chair for three periods and misbehaved with him.

The family claims that there son was mentally harassed by the teacher often. They had also complained about the teacher to school management. 

The family has filed a case against the accused teacher and the school.

The school authorities are silent on the tragic issue.

 

 

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday raised a controversy by a shocking statement in which he said, that people shouldn’t leave their children on government’s mercy once they are 2 years old. His remarks came in the wake of the death of 61 infants in the last 72 hours at Gorakhpur’s BRD Medical College, triggering panic in the hospital. 

The Gorakhpur hospital tragedy was shocking, two weeks back 64 children died in BRD hospital, some of died due to insufficient supply of oxygen.

According to hospital sources, nearly 1,250 children have died since January 2017, including 175 due to AES.

Following widespread outrage over the death of children, the Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh government suspended BRD principal Dr Rajiv Mishra.

Mishra and his wife were arrested by the Special Task Force in Kanpur on Tuesday.

Dr Kafeel Khan, who shot to limelight for saving many kids, was also sacked from his position of as the head of the encephalitis ward.

 

 

The Principal of BRD Medical college who was suspended after the tragic deaths of children were sent to 14 days judicial custody by ab anti corruption court.

Principal Rajeev Mishra and his wife Poornima is in the judicial custody now.

Both husband and wife were arrested on Tuesday by UP STF after more than 60 children, including infants, died in a span of six days at Baba Raghav Das Medical College.

Meanwhile, BRD Medical College principal PK Singh has has recorded 1,256 deaths since January 2017.

Dr Mishra was accused of sitting over payments to the vendor supplying oxygen gas to the hospital, the disruption of which allegedly led to the deaths of many children.

Cases were registered under various sections of the IPC, Prevention of Corruption Act and the Indian Medical Council Act against Dr Rajiv Mishra, Dr Purnima Shukla, Dr Kafeel Khan, Dr Satish, Chief Pharmacist Gajanan Jaiswal, Accountant Sudhir Pandey, Assistant Clerk, Uday Pratap Sharma of Pushpa Sales and Manish Bhandari.

 

 

The Gorakhpur hospital tragedy was shocking, two weeks back 64 children died in BRD hospital, some of died due to insufficient supply of oxygen.

In one more tragic incident, Another 42 children died in the last 48 hours at the Baba Raghav Das (BRD) Medical College.

“42 children died in 48 hours of which 7 due to encephalitis, rest due to other reasons,” said PK Singh, the principal of BRD Medical College

Over 290 children have died at the hospital from August 1 till August 28, including at least 77 from Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES).

Among 36 deaths reported on August 27 and 28, seven children died of Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES), 15 in Neo-Natal Ward NICU and 14 children died of different medical reasons, claimed a senior doctor at the hospital seeking anonymity, reported DNA.

According to hospital sources, nearly 1,250 children have died since January 2017, including 175 due to AES.

Following widespread outrage over the death of children, the Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh government suspended BRD principal Dr Rajiv Mishra.

Mishra and his wife were arrested by the Special Task Force in Kanpur on Tuesday.

Dr Kafeel Khan, who shot to limelight for saving many kids, was also sacked from his position of as the head of the encephalitis ward.

 

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