Pandit Chhannulal Mishra daughter dead: Padma Vibhushan awardee Pandit Chhannulal Mishra lost his daughter Sangeeta to COVID-19. Her sister has accused the hospital of negligence and extortion.
Sangeeta, daughter of Pandit Chhannulal Mishra, a Padma Vibhushan awardee succumbed to COVID-19. His younger daughter, Namrata blamed the hospital for its negligence and complained about its facility. She reportedly headed to the hospital and shouted at and accused the hospital authorities of negligence.
The police reportedly intervened and persuaded Namrata to lodge a police complaint. Post which, she filed a complaint against the Medwin hospital. Namrta said that her sister was admitted at the hospital after they paid Rs 1.5 lakh. She complained of fever and vomiting and later tested positive for COVID-19.
Allegedly, the hospital promised to show Sangeeta’s CCTV footage while she was at the facility. The authorities claimed that she was recovering and was being provided with regular food. On April 29, the hospital informed the family that Sangeeta’s condition was critical and told them of her death when they reached there.
Family claims Sangeeta’s death took place under mysterious circumstances
After appealing several times, the family got to see Sangeeta’s body. They said that they were not informed of her condition and what led to the decline of her health. They have now demanded that an investigation asked to have a look at the CCTV footage of the hospital.
Two days after the death, the authorities allegedly failed to provide any details about the incident, records of the patient or CCTV footage. This is why Sangeeta’s younger sister headed to the hospital demanding answers.
The celebrated Hindustani classical singer Pandit Channulal Mishra recently lost his wife Manorama Mishra to COVID-19. She was 76 years old.