A pregnant Bala woman was shifted to the hospital at a police station, in KJ Puram village in V Madugula mandal in Visakhapatnam district.  The woman gave birth to a daughter in the hospital.  in Visakhapatnam on Monday.  Picture : Special Arrangement

A pregnant Bala woman was shifted to the hospital at a police station, in KJ Puram village in V Madugula mandal in Visakhapatnam district. The woman gave birth to a daughter in the hospital. in Visakhapatnam on Monday. Picture : Special Arrangement

The timing of the rural police came as a boon to the pregnant woman suffering from labor pain as she was shifted from Chuttugedda, a tribal village in V. Madugula mandal of Visakha Agency, to a PHC at KJ Puram in a police van on Tuesday, without an ambulance.

The woman, Bala gave birth to a baby girl at the hospital, about 15 km from the village, and it was a normal birth.

His family was in shock when they repeatedly tried to get a bus to the village after the ‘108’ operators told them that the buses were full and it would take time to reach the village. internal.

Gram Sabha

However, the rural police came to the rescue in the nick of time.

“I am afraid that all the ambulance services are working. My family contacted the V. Madugula SI whose number is shown with the villagers in the Grama Sabha program. I thank the police who took care of me like with their families,” said Bala
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V. Madugula SI Y. Tarakeswara Rao said that it is a common practice to share mobile numbers of employees whenever the police conduct a Grama Sabha.

“Around 8.30 am, we received a call from Bala’s husband. We immediately sent a vehicle to Chuttugedda,” he said.

However, the police are worried about taking a pregnant woman suffering from labor pain in a jeep. They talked to some doctors who advised them to take some measures to take care of it.

Safe approach

The police made sure that the woman was sitting in the right place during the trip as the doctors said, so they packed the seat with new pillows. He was sent to Anakkapalle by bus.

Police officer V. Madugula informed the Anakkapalle police about the situation, who then reached the hospital and made preliminary arrangements for the birth.

Thanks to the work, Rural SP Attada Babujee said that a reward will be announced soon to the V. Madugula SI.



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