No ambulance was found: In India, the child sat with his brother’s body for hours

No ambulance was found: In India, the child sat with his brother's body for hours

New Delhi: In India, an eight-year-old child sat for hours with the body of his two-month-old brother in his arms, but no ambulance was found.

Where the poor father was wandering around looking for a cheap car to take his child’s body home and an 8-year-old child was sitting with his brother’s body in his lap, someone from the nearby district hospital to take the body.

The vehicle was not found, but later when the situation escalated, an ambulance was immediately arranged

No ambulance was found: In India, the child sat with his brother's body for hours

According to the report, Pujaram, a resident of Badfra village of Ambah tehsil, brought his two-year-old son to District Hospital Morena after referring him from Ambah Hospital by ambulance.

After the child’s death, the poor father asked the doctors and staff of the hospital for a car to take the child’s body to the village, but they refused saying that there is no one to take the body in a hired car.

The operator of the ambulance standing there asked for one and a half thousand rupees to take the body, but Pujaram did not have enough money, after which he came outside the hospital with his son’s body. 8-year-old son sat on the side of the road in front of the park and put the body of the younger son on Prem’s lap and went to look for a cheap car.

The eight-year-old boy sat with his brother’s dead body in his arms for several hours, while his eyes remained on the road waiting for his father’s return. Sometimes Prem would start crying and sometimes he would caress his brother’s body, but no ambulance was found.

Later, after getting the information about the incident, the police reached the spot and took Prem and his brother’s body to the district hospital, after which the body was taken to Budfra by ambulance. Dispatched to the village.


Pooja Ram told the police that I have four children, three sons and one daughter. Of whom Raja was the youngest, my wife left home three or four months ago and went to her home, since then I have been taking care of the children myself.

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