Pregnant carried 8km on Bhara to reach hosp in Kalahandi

Pregnant-carried-Bhara-reach-hospital-KalahandiWhile it is claimed all around that institutional delivery is safer for both mothers and newborns and ambulances are available at single phone calls, but reality in the remote areas in Odisha is fully different.

Such a naked incident came to the fore in Birasingera village under Lanjigarh block of Kalahandi district on Tuesday. After a woman, Yamuna, got labour pain, her husband Patra Majhi went 4 km to reach Banigaon and meet ASHA Worker Golapi Nayak for help. Golapi soon dialled to 102 and 108 Ambulance numbers.

While the phones went on ringing, nobody received them. So with no choice left, Patra Majhi and his father carried Yamuna in in a Bhara (a carriage made of a long bamboo stick and a thick blanket) all long a distance of eight kilometres to reach the Lajigarh hospital.

Luckily, the woman delivered after reaching the hospital. Condition of Yamuna and her child are stated to be fine achat viagra pour homme. The incident occurred on the International Women’s Day, and that too in an Adivasi-dominated village, has shocked the intellectuals.

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