Maharashtra: In a bizarre case of negligence, a hospital in Mumbai has endangered the life of a young woman who delivered her first baby there.
A large mop cloth was removed from the uterus of the 29-year-old woman more than two months after she had a baby at the hospital, reported ToI.
The doctor who performed the C-section on her in October had accidentally left the roll inside her seriously affecting her health.
The victim’s husband was quoted as saying that his wife complained of stomach pain a week after the delivery. When he took her to the same hospital, they prescribed her pain killers. However, when the pain increased, the couple revisited the hospital after another 12 days.
A CT scan was conducted, which showed a mass inside. A clean-up surgery was immediately done, but she has not recovered completely, claimed the husband. Another surgery is required because the cloth tore her insides and caused severe infection, as well.
The couple plans to take legal action against the hospital.
Bank staff siphons Dh224k from dead NRI’s account
Maharashtra: A bank employee and two of his accomplices have been arrested for siphoning off INR38 lakh (Dh2,24,020) from a dead client’s account in Mumbai.
The incident came to light when the bank received a letter from one of its branches alerting them of a huge transaction form an NRI’s account that has been unused for a long time, reported MidDay.
Based on the facts, when the bank contacted the client’s family in the UK, they were informed by her son that she had passed away in December. The bank immediately lodged a complaint and the three suspects were arrested this weekend.
Within 46 days the trio withdrew Rs38 lakh from the Rs 49 lakh (Dh2,29,915) in the dead woman’s account.
None of the suspects have a criminal record. They committed the crime to clear off their debts.
Official caught with minor girls
Bihar: A government official was arrested with two minor girls after a night raid in one of Patna’s posh hotels.
According to a ToI report, the deputy mayor of the Gaya municipality, along with six others, were found in compromising positions with the girls.
The official was in the city to attend a meeting and had booked rooms in two hotels. All the men are aged around 50.
Police have seized nine mobile phones, cash, two luxury cars, playing cards and alcohol from the men and have registered a gang rape case.