Young Covid-19 patient ‘is assaulted by a rescue vehicle driver while being taken to clinic’ in India


A 19-year-old young lady was supposedly assaulted by a rescue vehicle driver on her way to the clinic after she tried positive for COVID-19.

The high school young lady was allegedly assaulted by a man known as V Noufal, 29, while on their way to the Firstline Covid Treatment Center in Pathanamthitta region of Kerala, India, on Saturday night, September 5.

Noufal was captured on Sunday morning September 6, after the casualty enlightened a staff of the clinic regarding the supposed episode when she showed up in Pandalam.

After his capture, Police said he had not acquired the compulsory freedom authentication before joining as a driver.

Wellbeing Minister KK Shailaja depicted the assault in Kerala as ‘stunning’ and ‘cruel’.

A wellbeing division official disclosed to The Indian Express that the driver is normally sent alone to a specific area to get patients to restrict the introduction of wellbeing laborers.

The authority stated: ‘The driver’s chamber is divided and no other staff or medical attendant goes with the driver while shipping patients to emergency clinic.

‘This is to restrict the introduction of wellbeing laborers to contaminated people. In uncommon cases, if the patient is not kidding, we send a medical caretaker. For this situation, the two patients were steady.’

The assault is the most recent in a progression of prominent sexual offenses in India. A week ago, a three-year-old young lady was assaulted and choked in the Lakhimpur Kher region, of Uttar Pradesh

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