Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav requested the Uttar Pradesh authorities on Sunday what number of beds had been organized for the “future generation” after a pregnant girl died in an ambulance in Greater Noida as she was allegedly denied admission by a number of hospitals.
“The death of a pregnant woman while searching a hospital is extremely sad,” Mr Yadav tweeted, attaching a PTI information tweet of the incident.
“The (UP) government should tell that if it has arranged 1 lakh beds for corona (patients), then why it has not reserved some beds for the future generation?” he requested.
The SP chief’s assertion comes a day after an eight-month pregnant girl died in an ambulance after a frantic 13-hour seek for a hospital mattress failed as over half-a-dozen services denied her therapy.
“The BJP government should also tell that till now, how many hospitals have been made,” Mr Yadav added.
Neelam, 30, and her husband Vijender Singh, 30, knocked the doorways of eight hospitals, together with authorities ones, earlier than she died within the ambulance outdoors a facility in Greater Noida on Friday, the household had informed PTI.
The Gautam Buddh Nagar district administration has ordered an inquiry into the incident.