ROHINGYA PATIENTS ARE MISTREATED AND LEFT TO DEATH IN AKKYAB (SITTWE) HOSPITAL, WHERE MORE THAN HALF OF THE PATIENTS ARE SEEN TO BE KILLED AFTER ADMITTING TO THE HOSPITAL, ACCORDING TO A SUFFERING LOCAL.
BY RVISION TV
Akkyab: Rohingya Patients are in an alarming situation in Akkyab(Sittwe) hospital, where corruption, mistreatment, abusing, ignorance and murders are occurring on daily basis.
In this hospital, Rohingya patients are kept as prisoners, where they are not allowed to contact or communicate to any family members.
Moreover this hospital became death care more than being a health care, where in every procedure from admission to clearance, bribes and harassment by authorities like police are common and used as a tool to extort money from helpless patients.
Currently according to RVISION’s sources a 12 year old girl named to be Humaira D/O Kamal and Salima was admitted, where parents are unable to contact and know her condition. After various calls from parents, they somehow managed to talk to the hospital stuff, where parents were informed for blood donors.
Following the requirements they sent two blood donors, where they were tested and blood was received. Even after receiving blood patients were not given blood on time and her current situation is really critical.
“Blood received from donors are sold and patients are not given blood on time” says a local, where cases like above occur daily.
On another incident in Sidikul village,Punna Gyun township a Rohingya patient named to Ahmed S/O Sultan Ahmed,35 died due to rejection in hospital on 13th August 2016.
Deprivation of Health care is a strong genocidal tool which is going on since the military rule, where rape, torture and murder are carried out in hospitals openly with the collaboration of authorities.
Although Burma has marched towards so called democratic government no hope is seen for Arakanes Rohingyas, where they are losing their identity along with their lives.
Edited by: Arifa
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