Crime In Apollo Hospital ... Read Article From Hindu News Paper

Here are the details of an unfortunate incident that had taken place in
Apollo Hospital , Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad , Andhra Pradesh , India ..

A boy named Rahul(20) who was doing his engineering IIIrd year from
Karshak Engineering College was suffering from high fever and was
admitted to the Apollo hospital on Sunday, October 29th, 2006, in the
evening. The doctors said that the case was serious and admitted the boy
in the ICU which was closed from all sides. No one could see what was
happening inside.

At around 9 'o' clock Rahul called his father and told him that the
doctors were talking about removing the kidneys from his body and hence
he wanted them to take him away from there but since his father was from
a small village, he thought the boy was scared and so the father took no
action.

In the night, the doctors at Apollo Hospital removed both the kidneys
from Rahul's body and killed the boy. The next day, i.e. on Monday when
the case came to light, the students of Karshak college made a big issue
and called the press from all over India because the police was not
letting them go inside the hospital. When the police saw the press, they
let the students in.

On seeing the body, the students could see stiches on both the sides of
the body just above abdomen that clearly proved that the kidneys were
removed. But the doctors somehow got hold of the boy's uncle and offered
him big money to end the case there. The Greedy Uncle agreed and took
the boys body back home and burned the body leaving behind no proof for
the students to prove that the kidneys were stolen. Rahul's family was
in a shock and not in senses and hence did not want to do anything.

Now its in the hands of we, the people of India , to decide whether we
want to forget the matter or spread the message and prevent more of such
cases from happening.

Please spread the word so that people can be saved from more of such
cases.


Check this article:
http://www.thehindu.com/2006/10/31/stories/2006103117010400.htm
 


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