Why was ambulance not provided to Sonia Gandhi in Parliament?

New Delhi:  Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has raised a very valid question on whether parliament is well equipped to handle medical emergencies or not. And if it is well equipped, why was Sonia Gandhi
why was ambulance not provided to sonia gandhi in...
Raj Singh August 27, 2013 19:06 IST
New Delhi:  Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has raised a very valid question on whether parliament is well equipped to handle medical emergencies or not. And if it is well equipped, why was Sonia Gandhi not sent to hospital in an ambulance?
 


Sonia Gandhi had to leave the parliament Monday evening in a hurry after she complained of uneasiness  and chest pain. Sonia Gandhi appeared to stumble as she walked down the parliament steps.
 
Gandhi quickly held union minister Kumari Selja's left hand and recovered her poise. Her son Rahul Gandhi and Selja accompanied her in a car to the AIIMS.  Sonia Gandhi spent nearly five hours in AIIMS before she was finally discharged.  
 
Expressing concern over Sonia Gandhi's health, Modi pointed out that instead of a car, she should have been taken to hospital in a well-equipped ambulance.  He also expressed concerned over the fact that basic medical emergency procedures were not used and said that  wheelchair or stretcher should have been used for taking her out of parliament.
 
The points raised by Narendra Modi are very serious and needs immediate attention. Is the parliament well equipped to handle medical emergencies? Let's have a look at how well equipped the parliament is so far as handling medical emergencies is concerned.
 
 
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