Moradabad, JNN. The government of UP is doing all the hard work to protect those who have been infected with the coronavirus. Even after this, some people do not want to let the motive succeed. The health department team has started testing people in every area after two people died due to corona infection in Moradabad, Brassnagar. Meanwhile, some team miscreants attacked on Wednesday. People pelted stones on Doctors & Police in Moradabad, several police and doctor are injured. Moradabad Some people pelted stones at medical team & police which had gone to take a person possibly infected with COVID.' When our team boarded ambulance with patient, suddenly crowd emerged&started pelting stones.Some doctors are still there. We are injured,'says ambulance driver
Seeing the team of doctors beat up, the police team also ran away. The miscreants also sabotaged and stoned the ambulance. On getting information about this incident, the SP along with DM has also reached the spot. Police have detained ten people here. The Imam of the city has also been summoned. The name of the doctor injured in the stone-pelting is Sudhish Chandra Agarwal.
In Moradabad, a team of doctors rushed to quarantine the family members of the coronavirus infection. Meanwhile, the team was attacked by the people of the Nawabpura locality of Moradabad. The team was not only pelted but also ambushed in ambulances. Due to this, the team had to save their lives by running backward. The four policemen who accompanied him escaped leaving the health department team. The miscreants have taken a doctor hostage. After this information, the police force is being sent to the area. Health workers have brick pieces of stone. Doctor HC Mishra and a technician suffered serious injuries.
After the incident of the attack, ADG Law and Order PV Ramashtri told that the DM and SSP have reached the spot. He said that this is a heinous crime and strict action will be taken against the culprits. He said that society is fully cooperating, but some people are doing such activities in the rumor. The accused will be identified and action will be taken under Raska.
Moradabad: Some people pelted stones at medical team&police which had gone to take a person possibly infected with #COVID."When our team boarded ambulance with patient,suddenly crowd emerged&started pelting stones.Some doctors are still there.We are injured,"says ambulance driver pic.twitter.com/Rpo5jDRuJY— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) April 15, 2020
Sartaj, who lives in the Nawabpura area of Moradabad's Thana Nagfni area, had reached the medical college of Tirthankar Mahaveer University on April 8 for treatment at the health condition where he was admitted. In view of his symptoms, his sample was taken on April 9. Her report was received late in the evening on 13 April, confirming it to be Corona positive. He died on the same day at ten o'clock. After this, late-night Sartaj's family were taken to IFTM University for quarantine.
The health department team reached Nawabpura on Wednesday to take Sartaj's younger brother for quarantine due to fever for three days. After the team reached there, the people of the locality started gathering and started protesting to take the rest of the family. When the Health Department team tried to convince them, some people in the crowd started creating a ruckus and on seeing it, the team became attackers.
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Strict Action would be taken & cases would be filed by imposing NSA, said Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
When the team started escaping, they threw stones. Seeing the stone pelting, the four policemen who left with the team escaped the field. A doctor was taken, hostage. HC Mishra suffered serious injuries. While a technician is also hurt. Ambulances have also been damaged. At present, the SP has left the scene with the City Force.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has taken the incident of attack on health workers in Moradabad very seriously. Yogi said that attacking the medical team is an unforgivable crime. Action will be taken against such culprits under the Disaster Control Act and NSA.