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Finally labs and physicians should carefully review any existing arrangements in light of the new guidance announcing a zero-tolerance position If you have any questions or would like additional information about this topic please contact: Please visit the Hall Render Blogfor more information on topics related to health care lawWritten by Anju Agnihotri Chaba Navjeevan Gopal Santosh Singh | Updated: June 17 2016 6:18 am In February when External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj reiterated her assurance that the missing men were safe “I told Sushma ji nobody is bothered about the families of the four persons from Himachal Pradesh” One son back she longs for the other Top News Inderjeet 25 Worked as machine operator FAMILY: Father Pardesi Ram mother Sulochana Devi two elder brothers at Kadreti in Kangra district Himachal Pradesh LAST CONVERSATION: “He called on June 15 2014 and said the Indian hostages had been segregated” Pardesi Ram said “He said they were blindfolded and taken somewhere yet he sounded hopeful of returning as the abductors had apparently assured them of arrangements to send them back after they had taken their passports” READ |Indians missing in Iraq: ‘Let them get at least one of the boys to call any of us so we can keep hoping’ LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT: In February when External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj reiterated her assurance that the missing men were safe “I told Sushma ji nobody is bothered about the families of the four persons from Himachal Pradesh” said Pardesi Ram who has also met Kangra MP Shanta Kumar and made representations to Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and MP Anurag Thakur The family wants the Himachal government to provide monthly relief like Punjab has been doing Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Inderjeet’s brother Subhash too had got stranded in the Middle East — in South Arabia where he had been working for six years “The company became defunct and the owners fled without clearing our dues” said Subhash “Several Indians were left jobless and practically starving for months until the Indian embassy came to our rescue” By the time he returned in December 2015 the family was worrying about its youngest son ‘Even grounds where we are cremated will wait for him’ Gurdeep Singh 39 Mechanic who worked on air conditioners in a construction company FAMILY: Wife Anita Rani 30 children Ankita and Arashdeep 6 and 3 Gurdeep’s parents Surinder Kaur and Mukhtyar Singh 60 and 64 at Jaitpur village in Hoshiarpur Punjab LAST CONVERSATION: June 15 2014 “He told us ‘Wait for me I will come back’” Anita said “Even the grounds where we are cremated will wait for him” Surinder Kaur said LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT: In February Surinder Kaur met External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj for the ninth time “Each time we are asked to have faith in the government as all the youth are safe” “We do trust the government but would like the government not to betray our trust either” Anita Rani said while her children played around the house the son having been born after Gurdeep had gone to Iraq READ | 39 Indians missing in Iraq: ‘Don’t keep us in the dark any longer… tell us the truth whatever it is’ Mukhtyar Singh didn’t share his wife and daughter-in-law’s optimism: “The government is lying and the lie will be exposed soon” This agitated Surinder and Anita who said the government couldn’t have been lying for such a long time About Harjit Masih the one Indian who returned home and said the other 39 have probably been killed Anita said “He is a big liar” He dreamt about a good education for his children Gobinder Singh 43 Worked on construction site in Iraq FAMILY: Wife Amarjit Kaur 40 teen children Amandeep Singh and Karandeep Kaur at Murar village in Kapurthala Punjab LAST CONVERSATION: June 15 2014 He told his wife he had been taken hostage with many others and asked her to take care of herself and the children LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT: In February “We told Sushma Swaraj that my husband’s phone still rings and the location of the phones can be tracked It is up to the government how it moves” said Amarjit Kaur “I also urged the minister to take care of my children’s education” It was for the education of the children that Gobinder had gone to Iraq At home Gobinder was earning Rs 6000 to 7000 from a distillery “We felt it was not enough for a proper education so he took a loan of Rs 160 lakh and went to Iraq He sent home around Rs 85000 in eight months before he got abducted” Amarjit Kaur said Now their son Amandeep who scored 60 per cent in class 12 has dropped his ambitions of pursuing B Tech and opted instead for BA as a private candidate “From where can I get lakhs for a B Tech course” his mother said “I thought of taking my daughter Karandeep Kaur (in class X) too out of school but my brother said he would support her education expenses” Uncle invited nephew both went missing Nand Lal 45; Sandeep Kumar 32 Carpenters in Iraq FAMILY: Sandeep’s parents Sumitra and Tarsem 50 & 55 four younger sisters (two married) and brother Balraj 25; at Aliwal village in Jalandhar Punjab Nand Lal (Sumitra’s brother) has no family surviving at Talwan village in same district LAST CONVERSATION: With Nand Lal on June 11 and with Sandeep on June 13 2014 “Nand Lal told me they had been abducted in Mosul but asked us not to worry; they would be released in a day or two” Sumitra said “Two days later we got the last call from Sandeep who told us he would return to India in a day or two…” LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT: In February “We asked Sushma Swaraj if her sources said the men are fine then why isn’t any one of them being able to speak to his family” Sandeep’s father said The uncle had gone earlier and encouraged the nephew eldest of six siblings to join him in Iraq “My brother Nand Lal called Sandeep to Iraq as he was working in the same company” Sumitra said Nand Lal divorced has no children Like most others Sandeep Kumar took a loan: Rs 160 lakh He sent home Rs 58000 before he was kidnapped Sandeep had also worked in Doha for a year and a half Today the family has just one earning member younger son Pradeep Kumar who works on construction sites besides getting Rs 20000 as monthly aid from the Punjab government His father died waiting the rest still wait Vidya Bhushan Tiwari 30 Worked on construction site in Mosul FAMILY: Wife Poonam mother Lakho Devi sister Neelam seven-year-old daughter and four-year-old son at Sahsaraon in Siwan Bihar; father died of a heart attack LAST CONVERSATION: On June 13 2014 with Poonam and Neelam “He would call almost daily and ask about his children He was excited about returning in August” On June 16 Sahsaraon’s Pappu informed the family that he had got a call that his brother Santosh Vidya and others had been abducted LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT: In February Santosh’s uncle Purushottam Tiwari met External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj She repeated her assurance of bringing home all abducted people the family said There has been no communication from the state government; the family has met Siwan’s DM and SP and the chief secretary Madhusudan Tiwari died of a heart attack last year waiting for his only son to come back home Four-year-old Tanish born months after Vidya left is still waiting having been told by his mother that his father has gone out to work far away and will be back soon with a lot of toys His seven-year-old sister who had sent a wish-list to her father has since sensed something is wrong Over 25 per cent of the village’s youths migrate for jobs and at least 20 villagers are working abroad No one however has gone to the Middle East since Vidya and Santosh went missing In hard labour despite illness Sonu Masih 32 Worked on construction site FAMILY: Wife Seema Devi 30 diagnosed with TB sons Arjun and Karun 10 and 8 Sonu’s mother Jitto and two married brothers at Chawindadeavi village in Amritsar LAST CONVERSATION: June 15 2014; “he told me they were being taken somewhere” LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT: “We met Sushma Swaraj in February and she told us they have been in contact with my husband and others” Seema said She placed her hand on the heads of my children and swore that my husband is alive Sushma madam told us a government source managed to reach near the factory where Sonu and others have been kept in captivity but the source doesn’t know Hindi and couldn’t ask the names of the men working there” Though cautioned by doctors Seema Devi has started working as a domestic help and also as a construction worker after her husband went missing She said she has not got the government’s Rs 20000 aid for the last few months Electricity has been disconnected for bills unpaid “I have to work The children ask for many things and I cannot kept them waiting like I do” ‘If govt says he is fine he would have called…’ Rakesh 25 Believed to have operated a JCB FAMILY: Mother Bhinder and father Madan Lal at Qadian town Gurdaspur LAST CONVERSATION: On June 13 2014 His mother said “He said some men had put them in a van and were taking them to another place perhaps to work with another company He said ‘I will call you in a little while’ We never heard from him again” LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT: “Sometime last year we went to meet Sushma Swaraj I don’t remember going in February” his mother said “If the government is saying my son is all right he would have called at least once At least one of the 39 would have called Only God knows the real answer Right now we have no choice but to believe the minister” ‘Sometimes we feel like going to Iraq to search for my husband’ Surjeet Menka 37 Worked as a carpenter FAMILY: Wife Usha Rani 30 five-year-old son mother Harbhajan Kaur 60 at Chuharwali in Jalandhar Punjab; a married sister two brothers working in Middle East LAST CONVERSATION: On June 15 2014 when he said bombs were going off in a battle between the government and ISIS “He said they had been kidnapped but were safe and would return soon He told me to wait for him” Usha Rani said “He told me he would not be able to call us any more as their phones were being snatched” LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT: In February “I asked Sushma Swaraj why she was not bringing my son back” said Harbhajan “The minister always says their sources have told them that the men were safe” said Usha Rani “If they are why is the government not bringing them back” Harbhajan said “She should either bring the men home or get us to talk to them on the phone We can wait even for 10 years for our children if we could talk to them just once and ask if they are well” If tomorrow the government says the men are not alive what will Usha Rani do Her eyes moistened and she fell silent for a while before saying “I will wait for him all my life my heart says he is alive” She added “Sometimes we feel like going to Iraq and searching for them We shared this idea with the minister who told us it would be risky the government wouldn’t be responsible” Of Harbhajan’s two other sons one is working in Saudi Arabia and the other in Dubai Harbhajan Usha and the wife of another son live in the house now Usha earns a little by stitching clothes ‘Minister has to go and meet them else give their location’ Dharminder Kumar 25 Plumber who specialised in submersible bores and pipes FAMILY: Mother Kanwaljeet father Rajkumar (daily wager) a brother (daily wager) and a sister at Talwandi Jheoran village in Batala Punjab LAST CONVERSATION: “He called home last on June 14 2014” his mother said “He told me ‘I am fine I will call you again on Monday My phone is running out of balance’ We never heard from him again… On June 12 he had said the men who had taken them captive look like terrorists He said they had fired shots and dropped bombs on some places” LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT: “In February we all went to meet Sushma Swaraj” Kanwaljeet said “She told us our boys are okay But it looks like she is not telling the truth Either she has to personally go there and meet them through these sources who are giving her the information that they are alive or give their exact location We’ve been to meet her eight or nine times I have lost count Once she even said ‘We can’t say they are alive and we can’t say they are dead’… Even if one of the 39 calls we can believe they are well We spend money every time to go and meet her but other than what she has said before there’s nothing much we have got from her” The family had borrowed to send Dharminder abroad “We paid the money to Harjit Masih and Rajbir Rs 15 lakh then Rs 30000 and the last instalment was Rs 20000” his mother said “We are fortunate that relatives are not pushing us to return the money My sister’s son-in-law has in fact offered to settle the debts” Around his photo hang rakhis from his sisters Jasbir Singh 25 Construction worker in Iraq FAMILY: Parents Surjit Kaur and Bakhshish Singh 55 and 60 five elder siblings — Rani Devi Surinder (the first three married) Bhupinder and Kulwinder at Mehandpur village in Nawanshahr Punjab LAST CONVERSATION: On June 15 2014 “He was crying on the phone and said he wanted to come back” his mother said LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT: In February met Sushma Swaraj “We appealed that we get to talk to at least one of the kidnapped men” On a wall hangs a photo of Jasbir with rakhis tied around it Since Jasbir went away his two sisters have been tying rakhis there every year never giving up hope that he will return their mother explained Jasbir had followed two of his elder brothers to the Middle East one having worked in Lebanon and another in Bahrain before both returned For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: October 21 2017 1:46 am Injured Rachit 7 at PGIMER on Friday Sahil Walia Top News Chandigarh hospitals recorded at least 141 patients with eye and burn injuries due to bursting of firecrackers on the first day after Diwali celebrations on Thursday Twenty-two such patients currently admitted to the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) have suffered grievous injuries to their one eye due to the crackers officials said On the day following Diwali last year the Chandigarh hospitals had treated 150 patients with burn and eye injuries Addressing the media on Friday afternoon doctors from PGI’s Advance Eye Centre said that till late afternoon a total of 37 patients with firecracker-related injuries availed the emergency services of Advanced Eye Centre The youngest patient was 7-year-old boy Rachit from Kharar who suffered injury to his right eye “The majority of the injured ones are bystanders which means they were not bursting crackers” said PGI director Dr Jagat Ram also a senior ophthalmologist at the institute “Eleven patients were actually lighting the crackers when they got injured and 26 were bystanders” Dr M R Dogra head Advanced Eye Centre PGI said that a total of 13 patients required surgical intervention to salvage the eye 10 of whom had undergone surgery He said that 22 patients had suffered serious eye injuries and were with “worse visual activity” PGI doctors said that out of 37 patients 16 were from the Tricity area while 21 were from the neighbouring states of Punjab Haryana Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh “There were 29 men and eight women Nineteen patients were below 16 years of age and five patients were above 40 years of age” said Professor A K Jain another senior doctor from the eye department Doctors also said that the ENT specialist informed them that a huge noise of crackers was becoming a leading reason for deafness among those who burst crackers The PGI also recorded 17 patients with burn injuries and they were being treated by the department of plastic surgery Dr Jagat Ram said that this year the number of patients was more “We were expecting less numbers due to the limited time announced by the high court on bursting crackers But it didn’t happen and the number is more than what we saw on the first day after Diwali We again reiterate that there should be a complete ban on the firecrackers and the government should announce some designated places where this cracker-bursting can take place” he said The family members of the victims have demanded a ban on the cracker sale “We burst some crackers and then we returned home Suddenly my son went outside again and later we found that his eye was bleeding” said Nitin Popli father of Rachit “I don’t want the same to happen to any other child Let government completely ban the crackers” At the Government Multi-Specialty Hospital (GMSH) Sector 16 the UT health department said that they received 39 cases of minor burn injuries while there were two burn injury cases as well In Manimajra hospital civil hospital Sector 22 and Sector 45 the health department put the total number of minor burn and eye burn injuries at 29 UT health director Dr Rakesh Kashyap said that less number of patients in UT health department-run hospitals indicates “positive change this time” “Due to the very limited bursting of crackers by people of Tricity there was a visible positive effect on the number of Diwali-related emergency cases received in our government hospitals this year” he said Officials at the Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) said the hospital recorded 11 cases with burn and eye injuries due to crackers “All of them have been discharged as they were minor” said an official For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News The Alert can be found here. 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