- A man who lost three family members in 10 days
- Why don’t we get a bed that politicians can easily afford?
- The funeral of Covid’s deceased wife
- Appeal to the police to stay with your family
Bengaluru: The number of Covid infections in the state is increasing day by day and the number of hospitalizations is rising. There is a shortage of essential supplies ranging from medicines to oxygen to treating patients. This is causing outrage among patients and their relatives.
“Adult politicians like BS Yeddyurappa and HD Deve Gowda can easily get to bed and they are recovering. But my family members are dying. How is this possible? ‘ The 35-year-old Shivanna, who lost three members of the family due to the coronavirus in just ten days, was quizzed.
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Shivanna, a resident of Singapore Layout, was stranded for several hours by the Vidyaranyapura police as he refused to remove his wife Girija’s body from her home on Wednesday night. Shivanna’s troubles began from April 21st. Girija’s grandmother, Covid, had died since 19. The next day Girija’s mother was also infected. Both were hospitalized before they died. Girija was also suffering from fever. Shivanna, who had taken him to the auditorium, constantly begged the helper to provide him with a bed at the hospital.
Shivanna, who was selling milk and making a living, tried to contact private hospitals to register her, noting that her wife’s condition was deteriorating. “A private hospital asked for a payment of Rs 5 lakh before enrollment. Where do I bring that much money? Girija, who saw her two loved ones die in hospital, refused to be admitted. I somehow persuaded her. But it was all in vain. She died at home on Wednesday. ‘ ‘Not many people like me can get to bed. But people like 78-year-old Yeddyurappa and 87-year-old Deve Gowda can easily get to bed and they are recovering. This is strange. Why can’t this be me or other people? ‘ He asked.
Shivanna, the father of two daughters, aged 11 and 14, kept his wife’s body at home for several hours, even though she was the primary contact and endangered the lives of her daughters. Knowing this, Vidyaranyapura police went to their house. But Shivanna Sutaram refused to hand over the body for the funeral. Police struggled to persuade him. Shivanna asked in frustration and frustration at the police asking if they could arrange a bed for the rest of their family members. “I have seen a police sub-inspector literally begging for a family member to provide him with a mattress. Let the police save me, please at least save yourself (the police) and your family.
Ganesh Hookkari, Congress MLA who provided free ambulance and 120 beds
The situation continued Wednesday night from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Finally, the police persuaded Shivanna to persuade him. He promised to do whatever he could to help them and their children get infected. It is confirmed that all three of them are Covid negative. But the devastation has caused a huge shock to their family, Shivanna said Friday.
Shivanna, who ran the cows to sell milk, faced another hardship. People stopped buying milk from Covid after three of his family died. ‘My neighbors look at us like a terrorist. They have made us socially ostracized. What’s wrong with us to feel this way? ‘ His eyes were full.