لندن: برطانوی پولیس کا ہسپتال میں پاکستانی نژاد ڈاکٹر راشد پر تشدد

برطانیہ سے ایک انتہائی افسوس ناک واقعہ سامنے آیا ہے جس میں لندن کے ڈاکٹرز نے وینٹی لیٹر پر پڑی بچی کا علاج کرنے سے اچانک انکار کر دیا، جب اس کے والد ڈاکٹر راشد عباسی نے ڈاکٹرز کو وینٹی لیٹر ہٹانے سے روکنے کی کوشش کی تو پولیس طلب کر لی گئی اور پولیس نے ڈاکٹر راشد عباسی پر ہسپتال میں بدترین تشدد کیا۔

خبر رساں ادارے کی رپورٹ کے مطابق مذکورہ واقعہ گزشتہ سال ستمبر میں پیش آیا تھا، جس میں چھ سالہ زینب لندن کے ایک ہسپتال میں زیر علاج تھیں، علاج کے دوران ہیں ڈاکٹرز نے اچانک بچی کا علاج کرنا بند کر دیا اور بچی کو وینٹی لیٹر سے ہٹا دیا، والد کے روکنے پر اس کو پولیس کے حوالے کر دیا گیا، پولیس ڈاکٹر راشد کو ہسپتال میں گھسیٹتی رہی اسی دوران ڈاکٹر راشد کو دل کا دورہ پڑا اور اسے ہسپتال میں فوری داخل کر لیا گیا۔

لندن کے ڈاکٹرز کی جانب سے بچی کو وینٹی لیٹر پر ہٹانے سے اس کا انتقال ہوگیا، ہسپتال میں ہوئے افسوسناک واقعے کا علم ہونے پر عدالت نے میڈیا کو اس واقعے کی کوریج سے روک دیا، جس کے بعد بھی یہ واقعہ تقریبا ایک سال تک دبا رہا، لیکن اب بھی پولیس کی جانب سے مذکورہ واقعہ کے حوالے سے مکمل تفصیلات فراہم نہیں کی جا رہیں۔

لندن سے خبررساں ادارے کے نمائندے کا مذکورہ واقعہ کے حوالے سے آگاہ کرتے ہوئے کہنا تھا کہ لندن پولیس کی جانب سے مذکورہ واقعے کی تفتیش اب تک شروع نہیں ہو سکی اور نہ ہی اس کے سے متعلق مرکزی کرداروں کے بارے میں بتایا جا رہا ہے، عدالت کی جانب سے عائد کی گئی پابندی کی وجہ سے ان ڈاکٹرز کے نام بھی سامنے نہیں آسکے جنہوں نے بچی کو وینٹی لیٹر سے ہٹا کر موت کے منہ میں دھکیل دیا تھا۔

دوسری جانب اپنی لخت جگر کو کھو دینے والے پاکستانی نژاد ڈاکٹر راشد عباسی کا خبر رساں ادارے کو مذکورہ واقعے کی تفصیلات بتاتے ہوئے کہنا تھا کہ ہماری ایک ہی بیٹی تھی جبکہ اس سے پہلے ہمارے تین بیٹے تھے، جو لندن کے ڈاکٹرز کی بے رحمی کی وجہ سے ہمیشہ ہمیشہ کے لئے اپنے خالق حقیقی سے جا ملی۔

  • That is certainly not the exact depiction of what may have actually happened. No where in the world do doctors pull the plug on a patient with out taking the family in to confidence first.
    Rest, masala is never enough for any dish!

    • It is a wonderful institution noone is arguing that. However that does not mean mistakes are not made .
      Here the doctors were deliberately deescalating her care. She was awake and responding. She remained like this until 13th September almost 4 weeks later.
      She was not on pain relief, she was not sufferring.

  • I bet the poor girl was brain dead and family were refusing to remove the life support. Once a patient is determined to be brain dead, futility principle kicks in and doctors can remove the patient from life support and don’t need family’s permission. For a doctor to not understand this begs the real question. One need to find out what type of doctor is this guy?

    • She was not brain dead. She had a respiratory problem and was being suboptimally treated.
      The doctors had talked of gradual weaning the day before.

      The facts will speak for themselves.

      Regardless nothing justifies the callous brutality of the police. Watch Channel 4 news

      • Most western countries have good health system which work 99% of the times and then there are cases … like in your case. So we can never say these are fool proof systems or they dont mess up. In america there is so much malpractise cases , doctors making wrong decisions. You will get reward from ALLAH for sabr , but keep pressing for answers from police.

    • I know Dr Rashid Abbasi. He’s a responsible and knowledgeable physician and a very loving father. His downside was that he challenged the inaction of local doctors for the sake of his daughter, something which doctors usually don’t swallow well. The fact that the girl should or shouldn’t have been actively treated is an ethical one, with no correct answer; however the parent’s agreement (or a court order otherwise) is a minimum necessity in case of argument. This, the hospital failed to acknowledge until this ugly episode occured.

  • ایسا نہیں ہوتا اور نہ ہیُ ایسا ہوا کیونکہ جب بھی نا امید مریض ونٹی لیٹر سے ہٹا یا جاتا ہے وہ ہمیشہ نیکسٹ آ ف کن اگر دستیاب ہو تو اسکی مرضی سے ونٹی لیٹر سے ہٹایا جاتا ویسے بھی یہُ کیس ایسے نہی ہوا جیسا بتایا جا رہا ہے

  • Look at this….. How some idiots defending British institution without any knowledge…. Shameful..
    The mother is on the forum, one should condole her rather than making silly comments

  • This is barbarism. And what I don’t understand is that how can the parents who are doctors by profession and who have had experience in this field be treated like this? Even if they weren’t doctors, they couldn’t have been removed from their dying child like this in any civilized and humane society.

  • I wonder about their reporting standards, the sad incident didnt happened in London, but faraway to the North of England.
    I wouldn’t say anything as this will increase the grief of family, Fact must come out.
    My daughter was treated well and we were given every opportunity n comfort till last moments, indeed we belongs to Allah SWT and that is our
    Final Abode.

  • https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/08/uk-police-drag-rashid-abbasi-dying-daughter-bedside-200804131021115.html

    Video footage has emerged showing the father of a dying six-year-old girl being violently dragged away from her hospital bedside.

    The video, from a United Kingdom officer’s bodycam, showed the moment that police arrived at the intensive care unit room as respiratory expert Rashid Abbasi, who has worked in the UK’s National Health Service for more than 30 years, was holding the hand of his daughter and near his wife Aliva, also a doctor.

  • I have worked in the hospital myself. Doctors make mistakes Hospital staff also make mistakes This happens in developed countries and is very common in developing countries, we have seen people die in front of us because sometimes when the staff is busy the number of patients increases But this is the first time that people have defended the doctors and police of England instead of calling the death of an innocent girl an atrocity. If we live in a 100% corrupt system, it does not mean that the people of England live in a 100% perfect system. There, people make mistakes and commit crimes. There was a Pakistani family whose daughter died due to negligence of doctors. Police beat her parents. The court, however, barred the media from covering the proceedings. This case may not have been accurately stated on the forum, but there was a flaw in the English system that came to light.

  • I doubt that NHS or British Police are that heartless to treat someone like that. NHS is best in the world highly professional & diverse health service. Police was called as Dr Rashid was trying to interfere with medical professionals responsible for the child’s well being. NHS & Police have duty of care, Police use restraining techniques rather than (torture) as it’s being mentioned. Unlike Pakistan there’s a complaint procedure in place in England to investigate the matter. While it’s understandable that as a father Dr Rashid must be devastated due to his loss "but please refrain from turning this incident into some sort of cover up & race issue.


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