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Durg, 13 February (Language) The relatives of the deceased employee of Bhilai Steel Plant located in Durg district of Chhattisgarh have not cremated the body for the last 40 days demanding compassionate appointment. 57-year-old Karthik Ram, who served as an attendant in the safety engineering department of Bhilai Steel Plant, died on January 4 this year, but the family is yet to cremate the body. Kartik Ram’s wife Asan Bai told that on 26 November last year, Karthik Ram’s sudden health deteriorated, when he was given the Pandit of Bhilai

Durg, 13 February (Language) The relatives of the deceased employee of Bhilai Steel Plant located in Durg district of Chhattisgarh have not cremated the body for the last 40 days demanding compassionate appointment. 57-year-old Karthik Ram, who served as an attendant in the safety engineering department of Bhilai Steel Plant, died on January 4 this year, but the family is yet to cremate the body. Karthik Ram’s wife Asan Bai said that on 26 November last year, Karthik Ram’s sudden illness worsened when he was admitted to Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital in Bhilai. He said that due to lack of health, Karthik was sent to Ramakrishna Hospital in Raipur on November 27 the next day. Asan Bai said that after being treated for a few days in Raipur, he was admitted back to Bhilai Hospital on December 11. He said that Karthik Ram was discharged from the hospital on December 26 after his health improved, but on the second day on 27 December, he was brought to Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital once again, and Karthik Ram died on January 4. happened. He said, “The doctors of the hospital have given information that both the kidneys of Kartik Ram had stopped working due to which he died.” Asan Bai said, “As per the rules of the steel plant, the kidney of an employee In case of death due to malfunction, there is a provision to give compassionate appointment to their dependents. Therefore, he is demanding compassionate appointment. ”He said that unless a compassionate appointment is given to a dependent, the body of Karthik Ram will not be cremated. Karthik Ram’s body is kept in the hospital’s corpse. The management of the steel plant here says that Karthik Ram was admitted to Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital on 26 November due to fever and phlegm problem. According to the management, he was also sent to the Ramakrishna Care Hospital in Raipur for treatment and was also treated back at the Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital. The administration said that he died on January 4 during treatment. Plant management says, “Karthik Ram died due to multi argon dysfunction. There is no mention of Karthik Ram’s kidney treatment in any medical records of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital and Research Center and Ramkrishna Care Hospital referred for medical treatment. This makes it clear that he was not a patient of chronic renal disease. ”The management says that in the presence of the district administration, a meeting of the family members of Karthik Ram has been held and it has been clarified that under the rules, Conick Renal Feller Only in the context of compassionate appointment will be valid even when there is no mention in his medical record. Meanwhile, Durg District Additional Collector Prakash Survey said that several rounds of negotiations have been held between the plant management and family members for mediation but the matter has not been resolved. He said that the condition of the dead body is also getting worse and the doctors have reported the risk of infection. The survey said that now by giving final notice to the relatives, the administration will itself perform the last rites of the deceased Karthik Ram.

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