Conflict with ambulance driver in Shivpuri, he left on the way, TB patient dies after some commotion
Shivpuri. NewDuniya Representative. A young man died suddenly due to TB disease on a forelane near the Amar River under Subhashpura police station in the district. The young man was on his way home from Gwalior to Indar with his wife in an ambulance. On the way, the young man had an dispute with the ambulance driver, from which the driver left the young man and his wife on the way and went back to Gwalior. The police has started the investigation of the case by getting the dead body PM.
According to the information, 25-year-old Narendra son Mangal Singh Jatav, resident of Indar, had TB disease for many years. He was admitted to a private hospital in Gwalior, where he created a ruckus, while the wife accompanying him, Narendra, was admitted to the government hospital. Even there, Narendra started getting intolerant with the doctors and staff, so he advised to take Narendra home.
From this, on Saturday, Narendra and his wife were returning home after riding in an ambulance. At the same time, Narendra started arguing with the driver of the ambulance near Amar river under Subhashpura police station, the driver also left both the husband and wife and went back to Gwalior. After this Narendra made a lot of furore on Fourlane and then suddenly his condition deteriorated and he became unconscious.
Here, on the information of the case, Subhashpura Police Station Officer-in-charge Manish Jadaun reached the spot with the police force, Narendra was in a state of death. The police came to Satanwada Hospital with Narendra, where he got his primary treatment, but the doctors referred him to the district hospital. While dying here, Narendra died. The police has started investigating the matter by getting the dead body PM in this case.