So ED’s busy campaigning about the new guidelines on how a good samaritan who rushes an accident victim to the hospital can no longer be harassed by any authority, thereby making the life of the victim and the samaritan easy.
Here are some perfect before-and-after juxtapose for what a Good Samaritan usually faces each time he rushes an accident victim to the hospital and how now things are changing…and oh *psst psst* these changes are here to stay!
Oh how we used to wait in the hospitals in the good ol’ days…or maybe bad ol’ days?! Well whatever it was, it’s not going to be the same anymore. Yes that’s right, you don’t have to sit for long hours of interrogation in the hospital anymore.
Remember how they used to make you fill a lengthy form asking you to reveal all details about you, which left you wondering shouldn’t they waste their time and energy in finding the criminal? Well congratulations; looks like they finally heard you. You no more have to provide any detail except your address unless you wish to. Do you? *looking at you with narrow eyes*
And and here’s the big one… you no more have to go to the court several times and face the brunt of being looked at like a criminal. Instead you’ll be questioned over video conferencing! So much for technology, right?
But the best part is yet to come. Now the doctors can no more refuse to treat the injured, if they do they can face suspension or even cancellation of license for professional conduct. Who’s the boss now doc? Me Me Me!
Go on breathe a sigh of relief…you deserve it mate.
ED feels this is an important message that must reach out to as many people. So please inform and educate as many people as you can about these guidelines.
Do share the link with your friends.
GRAPHIC CREDITS: ABHINAV JAIN AND AMIT PATEL