Hyderabad’s KIMS Clinic tells Covid victim’s household: Pay back Rs 5.2 lakh extra, then acquire physique

Hyderabad hospital holds Covid positive dead body at ransom

In a surprising incident, a Covid-19 victim’s family was asked to pay back Rs 5.22 lakh more to obtain the system, in addition to Rs 5.30 lakh, which was deposited previously.

In spite of Mohammed Abbas Ali belonging to a bad relatives, his son organized an amount of money of Rs 5 lakh 30 thousand and paid out to KIMS Begumpet Medical center in Hyderabad.

Mohammed Abbas Ali, a resident of Talabkatta, Bhawani Nagar in Hyderabad, was admitted to KIMS Begumpet on June 19 after many authorities hospitals refused to confess him owing to non-availability of beds. Pursuing his admission, he was observed to be coronavirus favourable.

Inspite of him belonging to a inadequate family members, his son organized an amount of Rs 5 lakh 30 thousand and compensated to the medical center.

In the meantime, Mohammed Abbas Ali passed away on July 4 after surviving for 15 times. Subsequent his death, his son was requested by the medical center authorities to deposit a different sum of Rs 5.22 for having the dead human body.

MBT’s Amjed Ullah Khan techniques in

Mohammed Abbas Ali’s son bought in touch with former corporator and chief of the Majlis Bachao Tehreek (MBT) to assistance them in having the useless overall body of their father.

Amjed Ullah Khan has requested Telangana IT Minister KT Rama Rao and Minister for Professional medical, Wellbeing and Spouse and children Welfare Eatala Rajender to phase in and see that Mohammed Abbas Ali’s entire body is handed in excess of to his spouse and children immediately so that his last rites can be performed.

Halting the useless human body that to of a Covid-19 affected person is a very grave crime but it has turn out to be common in each and every Company Hospitals in Hyderabad. In spite of day by day issues, the Point out Govt is not getting any motion against this Corporate loot. No Govt Medical center is subsequent the GO Rt No: 248 issued by the Govt of Telangana,” said Khan.

Amjed Ullah Khan shares total incident on Facebook


Mohammed Abbas Ali a resident of Talabkatta, Bhawani Nagar who was admitted in KIMS Begumpet on 19th June, afterwards he was discovered Covid-19 good, Inspite of he belonging to a lousy family members his sons could organize Rs/ 5.30 lakhs and paid out to the healthcare facility. In advance of admitting him in KIMS his household took him to numerous Govt Hospital’s but was refused owing to non availability of beds.


Immediately after surviving for 15 days he died nowadays ie 4th July, His son’s had been shocked when th he clinic authorities questioned them to shell out Rs/ 5.22 extra for having the lifeless body. His sons brought to the discover of Amjed Ullah Khan (Spokesman) #MBT and requested him to enable them in acquiring the lifeless physique of their father. Mr Khan said stopping the useless human body that to a Covid-19 patient lifeless overall body is extremely grave crime but it has come to be prevalent in each individual Corporate Hospital’s in Hyderabad, Inspite of each day complaint the Point out Govt is not taking any motion against this Company loot. No Govt Hospital is adhering to the GO Rt No: 248 issued by the Govt of Telangana.


Amjed Ullah Khan asked for Sri K T Rama Rao, Minister for MA&UD and Sri Eatala Rajender, Minister for Overall health Govt of Telangana to interfe in Mohammed Abbas Ali matter and see that his body his handed around to his sons straight away so that his very last rites can be done as quickly as feasible.


Disclaimer: Intercontinental Business enterprise Periods, India, tried using to access MBT’s Amjed Ullah Khan. Nevertheless, failed to get any response. The story will be duly up-to-date the moment we obtain much more inputs.

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