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Meerut grave-digger hasn’t been home in four months: Uttar Pradesh unable to cope with COVID

Uttar Pradesh Government of Yogi Adityanath has consistently patted its own back on managing the COVID crisis and has pointed to the low number of deaths, said to be less than 1,700 in official records, as evidence. But anecdotal evidence and the reports in the local media suggest otherwise.

Ventilators are clearly in short supply and getting COVID patients admitted in hospitals is becoming increasingly difficult. Jameel Malik recounts his own experience of trying to hospitalize his brother-in-law. Once he tested positive, he was referred to Subharti Medical College in Meerut but depite waiting for four hours, he was not admitted there. They were then advised to go to some other hospital but no ambulance was available. It took many more hours before he was transferred in the family’s vehicle to another hospital and admitted.

Inamul Huq from Saharanpur is a successful actor in films. He bitterly complains that despite his best efforts he could not save the life of his father-in-law. He alleges that his father-in-law was kept in the ambulance itself for one and a half hours and it took so long to get documents ready that he passed away in the ambulance itself. Similar complaints have been made by others.

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