PMO cheque to kin of patient who died on way to PGIMER
Ambala: The Prime Minister`s Office today
sent a cheque of Rs 2 lakh and a condolence letter to the
aggrieved family of the kidney patient who died on way to the
PGIMER during the PM`s visit there.
The family of the deceased S P Verma from Ambala in
Haryana, claimed that security personnel, including those from
Chandigarh Police, deployed at the medical institute, did not
allow their vehicle to reach the emergency and kept diverting
them from one place to another for about two hours resulting
in the death of Verma who was in need of urgent medical
Deputy Commissioner of Ambala Samir Pal Saro visited the
grieving family this evening and handed over to Verma`s kin
the cheque and the condolence latter from the PMO.
He also assured Verma`s wife that the administration
would make all efforts to get her a government job besides
arranging for the education of her two sons.
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