Remember You Are The Next Sanglap If You Are Ignoring The Death Of Sanglap Deb In AMRI Dhakuria
Time and again hospitals/clinics all over the country has been accused of doing business in the name of treatment, Kolkata hospitals might lead the list. People walked with candles on the streets protesting peacefully but I think it is not serving the purpose after all no movement has been won in the history by only peaceful protests, not even the independence of India.
My blood boiled reading through all the posts on facebook about Sanglap Deb, I believe many people in the city of Kolkata felt the same. Looking at the comments section of the posts I found many families in Kolkata have gone through a similar situation or know somebody who has gone through that. We didn’t have a voice even if we knew that Doctors were deliberately keeping the patient in ventilation when the patient is actually dead.
If you are unaware of the story of Sanglap Deb, read the post below written by his sister –
And the post below which has been shared 3,800 times –
So now you know what happened with Sanglap right? Can you believe it they handed over a decayed body?
You never know you can be the next Sanglap in this city and you might not have the support of all these netizens at that time. #JusticeforSanglapDeb makes us think we are fighting for the justice of Sanglap Deb, why not we be Sanglap Deb, why not we make the hashtag #IAmSanglapDeb and lets not limit this to only hashtags.
Sanglap Deb has died but the he left several questions to the people of Kolkata on his corpse which needs to be answered right away. Why not we demand for the closure of AMRI Dhakuria? Why not we demand for banning doctors like Gautam Das and S.K Todi ?
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