Ambulance in Indore: Ambulance of donation for four years near forest department in Indore
Indore (AboutGyan Representative), Ambulance in Indore. In the second wave of Corona, an ambulance was most needed to transport the infected patient to the hospital. But for four years, an ambulance has been brewing with the Forest Department. There is no news to the officers about this, while the ambulance was presented by the Timber traders of the city to the department as a donation. Now the officers are busy getting it fixed.
15 lakhs was spent In 2014, the Gurunanak Timber Market Merchant Association presented an ambulance to the Forest Department. All the medical resources were kept in the ambulance, which also had an oxygen cylinder, after spending about 15 lakhs. The traders donated ambulances with the aim of providing timely medical care to the people living in the forested villages. The department used it very well for three years, but since 2017 the ambulance has been gathering dust. This ambulance is in the Choral range, but not a single person has realized how to use it properly in the coronary.
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Now we will do maintenance Advocate Abhijit Pandey gave information about the ambulance to the forest officers. After this the search for ambulances started. A few hours later, it was discovered that the ambulance had been placed in the Choral Range, which had not been from its place to Hili for many years. According to sources, the responsible people have reported the vehicle to be defective. In the case, Timber Association President Danveer Chhabra says that in 2014, the ambulance was given to the villagers for the purpose of transporting them to the hospital. After that, they do not know what happened to the vehicle. Nothing was ever told from the department.
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Villagers also infected
There are more than 50 forest villages adjoining the forests in the Indore Forest Division. The population here is between five and six thousand. Many villagers have also been infected with OneGram, who have had to come to the hospital by private ambulance service for treatment.
I was not aware of the ambulance. After asking the SDO and the Ranger, it was found that the vehicle was parked in Chorl. Ambulance is bad for four years. It will be improved and run so that people can get convenience. – HS Mohanta, CCF