AIIMS Trauma Centre Chief Removed After COVID +ve Journalist's Death

The journalist was admitted to AIIMS on June 24 (File)

New Delhi:

The medical superintendent of the Trauma Centre of Delhi’s AIIMS has been faraway from his submit over the loss of life of a COVID-19 optimistic journalist, who had allegedly jumped from the fourth ground on Monday, Union Well being Minister Harsh Vardhan tweeted on Friday. He stated an skilled committee shall be shaped to counsel modifications within the administration of the nation’s premier hospital.

“The 4-member inquiry committee, constituted to look at the suicide of Shri Tarun Sisodiya, had submitted its report right now. The committee didn’t discover any malafide intent within the loss of life of Mr Sisodiya. It additionally didn’t discover any lapses within the therapy protocol of Covid-19,” he tweeted.

“Ordered instant alternative of Medical Superintendent of AIIMS Trauma Centre #JPNATC. On July sixth, a COVID-19 optimistic journalist affected person Shri Tarun Sisodiya had jumped from the 4th ground and died,” he added.

Mr Sisodiya, who labored for a outstanding Hindi newspaper, had jumped from the fourth ground of the Trauma Centre and was shifted to ICU, the police stated on Monday.

Medical doctors on the Trauma Centre, which has been transformed to a devoted COVID-19 facility, tried to revive him however he died because of his accidents, the hospital authorities stated.

The journalist was admitted to AIIMS on June 24 and he was making important restoration, the hospital had stated in an announcement.

“The relations have been repeatedly counselled concerning his situation. At round 1.55 pm right now, he ran out of TC-1 the place he was admitted. Hospital attendants ran after him and tried to cease him. He ran to the fourth ground the place he broke a windowpane and jumped out,” the hospital had stated in an announcement.

The journalist used to reside in Delhi’s Bhajanpura together with his spouse and two daughters.

The Union Minister had ordered a high-level probe into his loss of life.

With inputs from PTI

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