Spinal injury patient fighting for life in Bajura
Bajura, May 16
A spinal damage affected person, Ramesh Rawat, 26, of Khaptad Chhededaha Rural Municipality has been struggling for all times for need of therapy at Sushma Koirala Memorial Hospital in Kathmandu. Rawat sustained accidents after he fell from a utility pole whereas fixing a transformer in Uttarkhand, India, 5 years in the past. He was introduced residence after his household couldn’t afford his therapy at a hospital in India.
Rawat is now struggling for all times after he couldn’t handle the cash even to purchase drugs. He had left for India to work for a greater life after passing Grade X exams. But his dream was shattered on account of spinal damage.
His physique elements under the waist have been paralysed. He was admitted to Haldani Sushila Tiwari Medical College, India, following the accident. However, he returned to the nation after the hospital mentioned that he needed to organize round 50 lakh for his therapy. He was taken to Kathmandu after his well being deteriorated.
“Doctors have mentioned that I can dwell a traditional life after surgical procedure, however I would not have the cash for surgical procedure,” mentioned Rawat, including that he couldn’t obtain any monetary assist from the native our bodies for his therapy.
A model of this text seems in e-paper on May 17, 2020 of The Himalayan Times.
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