Pune: Mother protests outside COVID care centre after daughter goes missing
Pune: Mother protests outside COVID care centre after daughter goes missing

Pune: Another shocking case has come to light at the Jumbo COVID Center set up at Shivajinagar in Pune for the treatment of COVID-19 patients. A girl who was undergoing treatment at this place has gone missing. For the last 27 days, there has been no communication with the family and the administration has raised its hand saying that the girl is not with us. Her mother has been protesting outside the COVID Center.

A Jumbo COVID Care Center has been set up in Shivajinagar area of the city against the backdrop of increasing COVID-19 patients in Pune. A young woman named Priya Gaikwad was admitted to this COVID Center for treatment. However, even after 27 days, her family has not been able to communicate with her. This has created suspicion and the administration has not given proper information about this. The family of this girl has started a protest outside the COVID Center.

Talking to Ragini Surendra Gamare, the mother of the missing girl from COVID Center said, "My daughter was admitted to COVID Center in Shivajinagar on August 29 for treatment. Then in the evening, I got a call from here that your daughter is not listening. So, we were called to the centre. Then I had to talk to my doctor when I got here. At that time, he said that the girl would be discharged on September 13, so you should come to the hospital. Accordingly, when I came here on the 13th to take the girl, the report and discharge for your daughter is not with us for treatment. After that, he discussed it with everyone there. However, he replied in the affirmative. The question of what happened to my daughter haunts me. Today, even after 27 days, I have not been able to talk to my daughter, so now the Chief Minister should pay attention to this and give my daughter to me, he demanded at this time."

Rubel Agarwal, Additional Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, said, "We have taken information about the case of the girl concerned and the work of COVID Center was handed over to LifeLine at that time. Therefore, information has been requested from them. Authorities are also holding discussions with the woman's family. The organisation has also been instructed to send a report on the matter to the administration and the police.

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