Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Delhi: Gurugram’s Fortis Memorial Research Institute has charged an incredible Rs 16 lakh for 15-days treatment of seven-year-old dengue persistent, who later kicked the bucket while being moved to an alternate healing center. Adya Singh, girl of Dwarka-based IT proficient Jayant Singh, was admitted to Fortis on August 31 with ‘serious dengue’, which later advanced to ‘dengue stun disorder’. Seeing a dynamic fall in her platelet check, the healing facility put her on ventilation. The family burned through 15-days at the doctor’s facility, with 10-days in a coma. The family claims they were charged for 1,600 gloves, 660 syringes and top of the line anti-infection agents and sugar strips. Twitter handle @DopeFloat, a companion of the family, expressed, “Charged for an incredible 660 syringes. They pumped a 7 year old with a normal of 40 syringes every day. Guardians continued demanding MRI/CT Scan to check on the off chance that she was even alive since she was on ventilator since day 5 The message was retweeted 16,000 times in four days, provoking an answer from the wellbeing clergyman. “We need to advance for an examination and if any progressions are required in the laws, they ought to be made. Dislike other individuals to endure as we did,” said Jayant Singh, Adya’s dad. Choosing to investigate the claims, wellbeing pastor JP Nadda tweeted: Please provide me details on firstname.lastname@example.org .We will take all the necessary action. https://t.co/dq273L66cK — Jagat Prakash Nadda (@JPNadda) November 20, 2017 Fortis Hospital has denied all claims against it, expressing certified conventions were taken after and family was educated about advance in treatment. The father, be that as it may, asserted no everyday separation of charges was given.