Tribune News Service
Rohtak, November 21
The Haryana Human Rights Commission (HHRC) has directed the Rohtak PGIMS Director to get a destitute and physically challenged man of Rewari district examined and submit a report regarding his disability to the Commission.
In a recent order passed by Haryana Human Rights Commission chairperson Justice SK Mittal and member Deep Bhatia, the PGIMS director has been directed to get the man’s medical tests done free of cost.
Sher Singh of Rewari had requested the authorities concerned for medical treatment and financial assistance. The Rewari Deputy Commissioner sought a report about his disability from
The Civil Surgeon referred him to Rohtak PGIMS to get his disability assessed and get a medical disability certificate. The man went to the PGIMS where he was told to get his MRI (Brain and Cervical Spine) done.
Sher Singh could not get the said tests done due to his poverty and disability.
As a result, the assessment of his disability could not be done.
After making rounds of government offices and hospitals for issuance of disability certificate, the hapless man lodged a complaint with the Haryana Human Rights Commission.
Large group of protesters makes night halt at Panipat, 100 k...
While Singh slams Khattar for stopping farmers from moving t...
Centre treating farmers as ‘enemy of State’, alleges Harsimr...
In virtual presence of President Kovind, CJI, law minister a...
Restoration of H-1B visas, GSP restoration high on Indian ag...