Author: Sanjay KumarPublish Date: Thu, 01 Sep 2022 12:41 PM (IST)Updated Date: Thu, 01 Sep 2022 12:42 PM (IST)
Simdega, Jan. Simdega News A teenager from Kurseol village under Bansjor OP of Simdega district died under suspicious circumstances. Snakebite is suspected to be the reason behind the death. The relatives were running away from the hospital with the dead body for exorcism. On receiving the information, the police seized the dead body and brought it to the Sadar police station.
According to the information, the relatives of a teenager named Sevanti Pradhan, a resident of Kurseol of Bansjor OP area, had reached the Sadar Hospital this morning in a suspicious condition. Where the doctor declared Sevanti dead and informed the Sadar police. But, before the arrival of the police, his family members left the Sadar Hospital with the dead body.
The family members were trying to go to Biru Hospital with the dead body of the deceased. He believed that there his daughter would be brought alive. Here the police reached Sadar Hospital, not seeing the dead body in the hospital, started searching for them. Eventually the police brought the dead body to the Sadar police station. The police will hand over the body to the relatives after conducting the post-mortem of the dead body.
Here the relatives of the deceased Sevanti told that Sevanti had gone to the courtyard of the house to take the bathroom around two o’clock late in the night. After returning from there, her condition deteriorated. He feared snakebite. However, now the real cause of death will be revealed only after the post-mortem.
It is to be known that these days there has been a steady increase in the incidents of snakebite in the district. Every day, cases of snakebite are coming from different blocks of the district. In most of the cases, it turns out to be a matter of extortion. Due to which patients reach the hospital late, which puts a heavy burden on their lives. Whereas doctors believe that if the patient is immediately taken to the hospital after snakebite, then his life can be saved. At the same time, people should not fall into the trap of whining. This can prove fatal for the patient.
Edited By: Sanjay Kumar