Severed leg used as pillow

India suspends doctors launches probe after patient’s severed leg used as pillow

Patient's severed leg used as pillow in Jhansi medical college, probe ordered

Meanwhile, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today expressed sorrow over the incident.

In another incident, the family of a 21-year-old man named Chintu Sah, were forced to carry his decomposed body in a plastic bag for nearly 2 km after a hospital in northeren Indian state of Bihar allegedly refused to provide them an ambulance to take the body to another hospiatl for an autopsy.

Visuals of the man which were aired on local channels showed him lying on a stretcher with bandages around the leg.

Kaushik had earlier said, "He was given immediate medical aid".

"The doctor looked for something to raise his head on".

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The amputated foot was allegedly used as a headrest because there was no pillow available, the latest in a series of controversies to have hit the BJP-ruled state. We've set up a committee. "Strict action will be taken if our staff is found to be at fault", Ms. Kaushik said, adding that it appeared to be a case of mischief. The head of the department of surgery Dr Rajeev Sinha will head the committee. 'Jhansi is 300 km from state capital Lucknow, and the Maharani Laxmibai Medical College is affiliated to the Bundelkhand University, Jhansi. The incident happened on Saturday in Mauranipur area of Jhansi district in Uttar Pradesh.

The government has also ordered for suspending emergency medical officer Dr Mahendra Pal Singh, senior resident Dr Alok Agarwal and sisters on duty Deepa Narang and Shashi Srivastava, media reports said.

Instructions have been issued to initiate departmental action against Dr Praveen Saraogi, an assistant professor in the orthopaedics department, the spokesperson said. He was immediately rushed to Jhansi Medical College.

Twenty-five schoolchildren were also injured in the accident in Ghanshyam, India, it was reported. Earlier a year ago, over 30 children had died in Gorakhpur's BRD Medical College and Hospital after oxygen supply was disrupted over non-payment of dues.

Ghanshyam, 28, was seen lightly dozing off with his head propped up by his removed limb at the Jhansi Medical College in Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, the Daily Mail reports.

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