Lisbon: The death of an Indian woman has sparked outrage in Portugal. Not only this, due to the death of the woman, the Minister of Health of Portugal Dr. Dr. Marta Temido has resigned from her position. In the largest hospital in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, the woman did not get a bed in the maternity ward. For this, the woman was taken to another hospital. However, she died of a heart attack there. Taking responsibility for this incident, Portugal’s Health Minister Marta Temido has resigned from her post.
According to Portuguese media reports, a 34-year-old pregnant Indian woman was taken to Santa Maria Hospital in the capital Lisbon. However, she could not be admitted to the hospital as there were no beds in the maternity ward there. Interestingly, Santa Maria Hospital is considered to be the largest hospital in the country. Currently, an administrative inquiry has been ordered in the death of this woman.
What exactly is the case?
An Indian pregnant woman went to Portugal for tourism. Meanwhile, the woman went into labor. The woman was immediately taken to the Santa Maria Hospital in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. However, there the woman did not get a bed in the maternity ward. For this reason she was taken to another hospital. However, she died of a heart attack there. However, doctors managed to save the baby in the woman’s womb.
Who is Dr. Marta Temido?
After this incident went viral on social media, there has been a sensation. Meanwhile, taking responsibility for this incident, the Minister of Health of Portugal Dr. Marta Temido has resigned from her position. Dr. Marta Temido has been the country’s Minister of Health since 2018. He is credited with getting Portugal out of the Corona (Covid-19) crisis. Such incidents had happened earlier as the hospital’s maternity ward was understaffed. So Marta Temido resigned after the death of the Indian woman. She resigned saying that she was not fit to hold this position.
Interestingly, there was an incident in India that started the politics of lashing out at each other. However, politicians who accept his moral responsibility are rare. And it is this rare political ethics that Marta Temido has created.