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Corona Horror In Delhi: 'Mother dies in front of eyes while sitting in auto', helpless boy cries

The second wave of corona has hit the chest of our country. Now all over the country there is only wailing, suffering, anguish, wailing, the pain...

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

/ by Avishek Bera

 

The News Cover: The second wave of corona has hit the chest of our country. Now all over the country there is only wailing, suffering, anguish, wailing, the pain of losing relatives, yearning for a little breath. As if this scene cannot be seen with the naked eye. There are no beds in the hospital, there are not enough vaccines, ordinary people are struggling due to lack of oxygen. This new strain of Corona has come back with absolutely double energy savings. The double, triple mutant strain is spreading across the country. Due to which India is setting new records every day. For seven days in a row, the number of daily attacks in the country has exceeded 3 lakh. 3 lakh 72 thousand people have been infected in the last 24 hours. 3,285 people died. The total number of people affected by Corona is 1 crore 79 lakh 8 thousand 736 people. The situation has gradually taken a terrible shape.

The worst situation is now in the capital Delhi. People in Qatar are dying without treatment. Such a heartbreaking scene was seen on the streets of Delhi on this day. A 26-year-old man was sitting on the sidewalk, sobbing. He was waiting with an auto outside Corona Hospital. His sick mother was in Ottawa. The young man tried with his last drop of blood to give his mother the minimum treatment. But the woman fell to her death while lying in the car. He brought his mother for the last time at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Covid Care Center on Tuesday morning. But the hospital did not open the gate even once.

"They killed my mother," says Mukul Vyas, a helpless boy. How I cried to see my mother once. Before I was told to complete all the formalities. After hours of doing all this, my mother left. ”Mukul was told that Kiran Devi, 52, would need a DSO (district surveillance officer) permit to be admitted. Mukul, who broke down in tears in front of the media, said, "When someone is dying, is there really time to follow 100 rules? My mother died without treatment. "

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