Shouldn’t we publish news on corporate system failures? shouldn’t they be broadcasted? Should you sit with your eyes closed no matter how many atrocities you have done? If questioned, will they sue for defamation? Journalist associations say that looking at corporate behavior, they should not stand by the victims. They are questioning what is the point of getting ex-party orders without giving any notice. They are furious since the corporate sector, which has already kept the mainstream media under its control, is also trying to keep social media under its control.
Yashoda Hospital’s irregularities are often coming out in one or another way. They are blocking the news by saying that it should not be published with the evidence and the version of the victims. With this, all the victims are going to come on stage to wash away the management that is exploiting them for money. Tolivelugu is ready to share their grievances with the public. It is going to show the damage that has been done. Victims are going to file cases in the consumer forum. They are getting ready to approach the High Court.
Now we are going to bring out the cases where lakhs of rupees were given and the hands were hidden. If it is not their fault, why did the hospital give lakhs upon lakhs to the families of the dead victims? How much anarchy has been done with the support of the government, and how it has increased to thousands of crores in the past, where the quid pro quo took place, everything is going to be exposed at Tolivelugu. It is said that the management of Yashoda Hospital has good relations with the Telangana government. But it seems that the government is also serious about the condition of the hospital. Propaganda is going on as if the government is committing irregularities in the name of the government.
21-year-old Ramya, suffering from dengue, was admitted to Dilsukh Nagar Pranahit Hospital by her father Satyanarayana Reddy. She was admitted to Malakpet Yashoda Hospital (IP No. 336592) on the 12th of last month as her health worsened. Unfortunately, Ramya died on the 14th at 11.29 pm. They confirmed her death and issued a death certificate. But, the bill was also put on the 15th date. Even the family members paid the entire bill without looking at the details. This matter came to light when the bills were examined later. The victims say that in the death certificate, various tests were done on the 15th for the young woman who died on the 14th. Tolivelugu went to Hospital and tried to find out the details. However, the management of Yashoda filed a defamation suit of 10 crores. Journalist associations are angry about this.