Dabra; Madhya Pradesh government often makes big promises regarding better health care and development. But knowing the ground level reality of these promises will send shivers down your spine. A picture of such development has emerged from Dabra in Madhya Pradesh. Where the villagers have to carry the victim on a cot for treatment. Let us tell you that this is not the first time. Villagers often have to take such patients to the health center for treatment. Or one has to cross 4 kilometers of unpaved road and call an ambulance. Because due to bad roads, it takes hours for an ambulance to reach the village.
Ambulance is available after 4 kilometers
Something similar happened on Tuesday evening when suddenly due to the ill health of 50 year old Jassu tribal of the village, when the family members called for the 108 ambulance run by the government for the convenience of the patients, the ambulance came to pick up the patient. So reached, but 4 kilometers before the village, the driver, aware of the condition of the road, refused to go to the village. After which the villagers were forced to take the middle-aged man to the ambulance in a cot. After which the patient was kept in an ambulance and taken to Gwalior for treatment.
Many deaths have occurred due to lack of ambulance
Let us tell you that the latest case of bad roads and poor health services is from the Gram Panchayat of Bhitarwar section. Where the villagers have appealed to the administration to get the road repaired in a bad condition since last decade. But even after this no action has been taken by the administration. Therefore, the villagers get help only after crossing 4 kilometers due to rain or cold. Due to this, sometimes patients have died on the way. But even after this the administration has kept its eyes closed.