As per the report, last month the tragedy took place with bhargavi and the laisan kanhar in sambalapur district of odisha.The couple's child banita who was in class 3 fell into the hot egg curry cauldron at her school in the Girischandrapur village while she waited for the midday meal. The eight old suffered the severe burns and was also rushed to the nearby primary health centre, where the only who should be present was absent. The staff applied the first aid and then sent them to the VSS Medical College and the hospital at the burla..
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At that there was no ambulance present to take her to the hospital and the hospital was 72 km way from the village. Then finally she reached in a private vehicle four hours after the accident. From there she was referred to go SCB Medical college and the hospitals in Cuttack, again which was 300 Km away. With all these in the next morning, banita was declared dead at the hospital in cuttack.Just there was no doctors present there and he was the only doctor to take her due to his absence the parents lost their child.
In the month of July, a Delhi based freelance filmmaker Mr Anand Bhaskar met a similar accident even though he was in the city, the national capital. By the time he could reach the hospital it was to too late to save the 33 years old man who was electrocuted. He was living in south delhi.In both the cases the scarcity of the doctors was an issue. Their lives couldn't be saved because they couldn't get the right treatment from the doctor at right time.
As per the report there is only One doctor per 1,700 citizens in India, the union ministry said that there are about the 6-6.5 lakh doctors available and India would need more four lakh doctors by the 2020 -50,000 for PHCs, 0.8 lakh for the community health centres,1.1 lakh for the 5,642 sub centers and another 0.5 lakh for the medical college hospitals.
The issue is really serious as doctors are not willing to work in the rural areas. There is even no compulsion for them to work there. Last year 90 percent of the students who passed were brought to work for the rural areas. State Health minister U T Khader announced in the Assembly that the there will be the penalty. He told the Sunday Standard that the MBBS doctors will now have to pay Rs 10 lakh and the postgraduates should pay 25 lakh if they decide to not to participate in the rural areas for certain period of time. The decision is now pending with the Central Government. Once the rule comes out then students have to work in rural areas, they will not have any choice. There are many patients today in the rural areas if they don't receive the treatment on time then they will loose their life. In India the Pizza's reach early rather than the Ambulance, hence now the government is working on it.