UP man dies after mistakenly operated on, say officers

A 45-year-old man died after authorities at a Bulandshahr medical facility allegedly operated on him after mistaking him for an additional affected person, district officers mentioned on Sunday. The sufferer’s household alleged the incident was an try to illegally harvest organs however authorities have refuted the accusation.

According to officers, Yusuf Saifi, a resident of Kiryawali village in Bulandshahr, was admitted to Sudhir Nursing Home late on Wednesday with dengue signs resembling excessive fever and low platelet depend. Another affected person, with the same title, is believed to have been admitted on the facility with extreme kidney points.

“It appears there was some confusion regarding the name and an operation was carried out, which resulted in his death,” mentioned Dr Vinay Kumar Singh, Bulandshahr Chief Medical Officer.

The district administration has ordered a probe, and a case has been filed towards a physician and two workers members. The three accused are on the run.

Saifi’s household staged a protest within the district on Thursday and Friday and alleged the incident was an try to steal organs.

Although the case has been registered below sections of Transplantation of Human Organs and Tissues Act, 1994, district officers denied the costs. “So far there is no evidence of any action related to organ harvesting,” mentioned Kumar.

“As per the post-mortem report, the gall bladder of the victim was missing. The family had alleged an organ had been harvested…. More clarity will be obtained once further probe is done,” mentioned Shashank Singh, ASP Bulandshahr