Ali Hasan (61), son of Param Vir Chakra winner Veer Abdul Hameed, who destroyed Pakistan’s dangerous Patten tank in the 1965 Indo-Pakistan war, died in a hospital in Kanpur on Friday due to alleged negligence in treatment.
Kanpur. Ali Hasan (61), son of Param Vir Chakra winner Veer Abdul Hameed, who destroyed Pakistan’s dangerous Patten tank in the 1965 Indo-Pakistan war, died in a hospital in Kanpur on Friday due to alleged negligence in treatment. The family of the deceased alleged that the officials of Lala Lajpat Rai Hospital (Halat) did not bother to conduct an investigation of Kovid-19 of Ali Hassan to find out whether he was infected or not. Hasan’s son Salim claimed that his father died due to the negligence of hospital doctors and staff.
Salim told reporters that his father had been unwell for the past several days and was admitted to Lala Lajpat Rai Hospital on Wednesday. He said that Ali Hassan was put on oxygen after admission to the hospital but after four hours the oxygen facility was removed, citing his health as stable. Salim alleged that in view of the deteriorating health of the father, no hearing took place when the hospital staff were approached for oxygen facility. He also alleged that doctors were told that Ali Hasan was the son of Param Vir Chakra winner Veer Abdul Hameed but no one paid attention.
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Originally: Ali Hasan, son of Veer Abdul Hameed, a resident of Ghazipur district, lived with his family in Syed Nagar, Kanpur and after retiring from the Ordnance Equipment Factory in Kanpur, made his home here. In this context, when a conversation was held with RB Kamal, the head of Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Medical College, Kanpur, he said that he had been informed of the demise but refused to comment further.
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