Intravenous drip hanging with a tree exposes ‘good governance’
GUJRANWALA (92 News) – An intravenous drip hanging with a tree was administrated to a five-year-old boy in Civil Hospital, exposing the good governance of the Punjab government.
Parents told 92 News that they brought Abdul Qadir to hospital who was suffering from fever. They said that doctors did not check him for two hours, administered him the drip when his condition deteriorated and later expelled him from the ward.
They said that they brought their son to the lawn and hanged the drip with the tree.
During the last week, three children were born outside hospitals after the women were denied admission.