IPS Officer Shares How Delhi Ambulance Charged ₹10K for 4 Km, Says ‘World Is Watching’

As the number of covid-positive patients has surged, the need for ambulances to ferry patients to hospitals has also increased. As a result, some ambulance drivers have reportedly been charging way more money than usual.

Recently, IPS officer Arun Bothra took to Twitter to share a picture of an ambulance service receipt, wherein a patient was charged Rs 10,000 for a mere distance of 4 km in Delhi, reports News18. The receipt allegedly belonged to DK Ambulance Service who ferried the patient from Pitampura to Fortis Hospital.

Have a look:

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“The world is watching us today. Not only the devastation but also our moral values,” wrote the IPS officer.

Have a look at his tweet here:

Responding to this, people online expressed their disappointment at those who are using the pandemic as an opportunity to loot people.

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