Uttarakhand News: Woman gives birth to baby boy on road in Haldwani: When will things get better

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On the one hand, while the country celebrates the nectar festival of freedom, many gram sabhas are still deprived of roads, healthcare and other facilities. In Tok Mora of Gram Sabha Baluti, on Wednesday, when a pregnant woman was suffering from labor pain, she carried the pregnant woman on a chair for five km, but the delivery took place on the road.

Deepa Jeena of Tok Mora village, located near Bhujiaghat, suffered labor pain. Nainital road is 5 km from the village. Due to the lack of road, Deepa’s family members and villagers started carrying her towards the road by making her sit on a chair. During this time it rained a lot.

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Neighbors say that it became difficult to walk due to the slippery road, making it very difficult to carry the pregnant woman. Sometimes it was difficult to find a balance. Along the way, leeches stuck to his feet. Deepa also got wet in the heavy rain. Somehow, after walking for three hours, the labor pain increased ten meters before Bhujiaghat and at three in the afternoon, the woman gave birth to the child on the same road. An ambulance 108 then arrived. The woman and the child were immediately taken by ambulance to the Women’s Hospital.

the local people rushed
When the maternity ward gave birth to a boy near the Bhujiaghat intersection, the people present there came to know. Immediately people ran for help. It is a matter of relief that only then did the ambulance arrive, so that some relief was given.

I have spoken with hope in this matter. He said he called an ambulance after walking halfway through the village. This was the woman’s third child. Both mother and child are currently doing well in the hospital.
-Doctor. Bhagirathi Joshi, CMO, Nainital.

There is no hospital within a 10 km radius. Three surveys have been done for the construction of a 5 km road from the village to the Nainital road. The matter is in the knowledge of high officials and public representatives. Even after that, people are deprived of the road till now.
-Munni Jeena, Member of Kshetra Panchayat, Mora

For many years there has been a demand for the construction of a road in our town. Even before that, the days have come to the fore. Many times the patients lost their lives on the way, the administration is indifferent to those who do not want to leave the mountain.
– Kundan Singh Jeena, social worker, Tok Mora.

Due to such unforeseen circumstances, people come here every day. Residents of the area have been raising the demand for a freeway for decades, but so far the demand has not been met. People are forced to migrate from the village.
-Sanjay Shah, former district panchayat member, Ranibagh.

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On the one hand, while the country celebrates the nectar festival of freedom, many gram sabhas are still deprived of roads, healthcare and other facilities. In Tok Mora of Gram Sabha Baluti, on Wednesday, when a pregnant woman was suffering from labor pain, she carried the pregnant woman on a chair for five km, but the delivery took place on the road.

Deepa Jeena of Tok Mora village, located near Bhujiaghat, suffered labor pain. Nainital road is 5 km from the village. Due to the lack of road, Deepa’s family members and villagers started carrying her towards the road by making her sit on a chair. During this time it rained a lot.

Uttarakhand: Awareness campaign to reduce child mortality, hope will inspire pregnant women

Neighbors say that it became difficult to walk due to the slippery road, making it very difficult to carry the pregnant woman. Sometimes it was difficult to find a balance. Along the way, leeches stuck to his feet. Deepa also got wet in the heavy rain. Somehow, after walking for three hours, the labor pain increased ten meters before Bhujiaghat and at three in the afternoon, the woman gave birth to the child on the same road. An ambulance 108 then arrived. The woman and the child were immediately taken by ambulance to the Women’s Hospital.

the local people rushed

When the maternity ward gave birth to a boy near the Bhujiaghat intersection, the people present there came to know. Immediately people ran for help. It is a matter of relief that only then did the ambulance arrive, so that some relief was given.

I have spoken with hope in this matter. He said he called an ambulance after walking halfway through the village. This was the woman’s third child. Both mother and child are currently doing well in the hospital.

-Doctor. Bhagirathi Joshi, CMO, Nainital.

There is no hospital within a 10 km radius. Three surveys have been done for the construction of a 5 km road from the village to the Nainital road. The matter is in the knowledge of high officials and public representatives. Even after that, people are deprived of the road till now.

-Munni Jeena, Member of Kshetra Panchayat, Mora

For many years there has been a demand for the construction of a road in our town. Even before that, the days have come to the fore. Many times the patients lost their lives on the way, the administration is indifferent to those who do not want to leave the mountain.

– Kundan Singh Jeena, social worker, Tok Mora.

Due to such unforeseen circumstances, people come here every day. Residents of the area have been raising the demand for a freeway for decades, but so far the demand has not been met. People are forced to migrate from the village.

-Sanjay Shah, former district panchayat member, Ranibagh.

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