Order of inquiry into the dead body of the farmer in the hospital’s fronts of Haryana

The body of a 72-year-old farmer was found scratched by mice in the morgue of a hospital in Sonipat district, Haryana. Investigation has been started in the case.

In the morgue (Reuters) of a hospital in Sonipat, the body of a farmer was attacked by rats.

The corpse of a 72-year-old farmer in a morgue of a hospital in Haryana’s Sonepat district, who was participating in protests against farmers against three farm laws, was allegedly cut by rats. the inspection.

The incident came to light on Thursday morning when Rajendra’s family found bruises on his face and leg. Rajendra, a resident of Bayyanpur village in Sonepat, died of a heart attack and his body was kept in Morchery on Wednesday night.

The family found three rodent bite marks on the body.

Sonipat Principal Medical Officer Jai Bhagwan said that a team of three doctors – deputy medical superintendent Ginni Lamba, Sandeep Lathwal and senior medical officer Sushil Jain – have been formed for questioning in the case.

“A team of three doctors are inquiring into the matter and they will see who has been negligent in the incident,” Jai Bhagwan was told by PTI. The team is expected to submit a report within a day.

Senior Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala described the incident as shocking. In a tweet, Randeep Surjewala rodents mutilated the body of a farmer and “BJP government acts as mute spectator”.

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