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Infants born on TSRTC buses get lifetime free transportation

On Sunday, a pregnant woman gave birth to a baby boy on board a TSRTC bus, a lifetime free bus pass will be provided to the newborn in the future.

On board, a woman from Kinwat in Maharashtra unexpectedly gave birth to a child. In Gudihatnoor Mandal, Adilabad district, the bus was stopped on the roadside near Mankapur village.

The woman was assisted in delivering the baby on the vehicle by family members and others. The bus crew attempted to contact the 108 Assembly staff but was unsuccessful. A PHC in Gudihatnoor was driving directly to the bus by the driver. According to the RTC officials, both the woman and the baby are healthy and a lifetime bus pass will be provided to the newborn in the future.

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An infant girl was born on 30 November 2021 in a bus belonging to the Nagarkurnool depot near the village of Peddakothapally. On the afternoon of 7 December 2021, another woman gave birth to her daughter in a bus belonging to the Asifabad depot near Siddipet. For their travel on TSRTC buses, newly-borns received lifetime passes.

Power outage in Narsipatnam government, baby delivered with cell phone lights

A power cut forced the Narsipatnam Area Hospital to deliver a baby using candles, cell phones, and battery lights. Social media videos showing the infant suffering due to a power outage drew sharp criticism from the local residents.

Locals report severe power outages ranging from seven to ten hours a day over the past week. Because of some technical snag, the hospital’s generator and inverter in the labor room didn’t work on Wednesday, affecting patients in the hospital.

“As a result, we had to rely on candles, cell phone torches, and charging lights to perform the delivery. According to the hospital’s in-charge superintendent Dr. David Vasanth Kumar, the delivery was normal.

 

 

 

 

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