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Pregnant woman dies for non-availability of road in Shopian; could’ve been saved: People

On Sunday, villagers in the Mujpathri area of the Shopian district in South Kashmir said that a pregnant lady had died as a result of the lack of access to a hospital due to the lack of roads in the area.

Locals claimed she could have been spared if there had been a more direct route to the district’s main thoroughfares.

The villagers of Chadak Mohalla Mujpathri in Shopian reported to the news agency KNO that a woman named Zoitina Banoo, the wife of Mohammed Hussain, had labor pains but was not sent to the hospital in time because of poor road access.

According to the story, she gave birth in the cot on the way to the hospital, but the baby did not survive.

Apparently, if there had been a road, they would have been able to get her to the hospital in time.

They protested soon after the occurrence, saying that it was the third similar incidence in the neighborhood over the past year because they were unable to get patients to the hospital in time.

They pleaded with higher-ups to investigate the situation and take prompt action to bring about road connections for the area and prevent further harm to innocent people.

Mukul Kumar

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