North Kashmir woman gives birth on road after Srinagar’s LD hospital The Shape Of Your Nose Tells A Ton About Your Personality! (See Details Inside)refuses to admit her, baby dies
A woman from remote Mooree area of Kupwara district in Jammu and Kashmir was forced to deliver on the road after doctors at Srinagar’s Lal Ded Hospital — the largest government maternity hospital in the Valley — did not allow her to stay in the hospital overnight and refused to admit her on Thursday.
According to the local Meteorological Department, the temperature in Srinagar was recorded at -0.7 degrees Celsius on Thursday night. Suraya Begum delivered a girl around 8.30 pm. The baby died soon after birth.
The woman’s brother, Hami Zaman, told The Indian Express on Friday that Suraya had developed labour pain on Thursday at home. With nearly 3-feet snow in the area, the road between Mooree and Kalaroos, where the nearest hospital is located, were not motorable. “Around 15 people put my sister on a charpoy and we walked for six hours to reach the hospital (in Kalaroos, around 14 km away),” he said. Indian express