3-year-old woman working in Rajula’s Mota Agariya rushed to hospital from Wadi area
The taluka administration and 108 ambulance personnel have provided the best example for all by saving the life of a pregnant woman at the risk of their own lives in the pouring rain and spreading another fragrance of humanity along with their duty. Mr. Sakuben Kataria, 8 years old. Rajula Taluka Mamlatdar’s Office, 108 Ambulance personnel and local citizens have set an excellent example of duty-bound service by immediately admitting a pregnant woman to Rajula Hospital on a life-threatening basis from a waterlogged farm area due to heavy rains.
A native of Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh, Sakubahen Kataria earns her living by farming in the wadi area of Mota Agaria village in Rajula taluka. Sakuben, who was pregnant, suddenly fell ill and contacted 108, but due to heavy rains in the area, 108 ambulances could not reach the Wadi area. The Rajula Mamlatdar’s office was contacted by 108 for help in this matter.
Realizing the seriousness of the matter, the staff including Mamlatdar rushed to the spot and with the help of locals and the king of the farm shifted the pregnant women from the Wadi area with the help of a tractor. At present the pregnant woman Mr. Sakuben is completely healthy after being given timely treatment by the RMO of the present hospital Dr. Khuman.
Thus, the Rajula taluka administration has set an excellent example of duty, service and humanitarian approach by saving the life of more than one woman through the joint efforts of 108 personnel and local citizens who are ready to serve the citizens for 8 hours.