Dr Vivek Rai has left a suicide letter however no cause for his suicide was talked about there, police stated.
The former chief of Indian Medical Association, Dr Ravi Wankhedkar, on Saturday stated the suicide of Dr Vivek Rai, a resident physician of a non-public hospital in Delhi is nothing in need of homicide by the system which has created frustration “due to the shortage of basic healthcare facilities”.
According to DCP south, the physician died on April 30 allegedly by suicide at his residence in Malviya Nagar. A suicide word was discovered however no cause for suicide was talked about within the word, the DCP stated.
“He was doing Covid duty since one month and was dealing with ICU patients every day and was providing CPR and ACLS for about seven to eight patients per day out of which not many survived,” Dr Wankhedkar wrote.
“Due to this frustrating situation he was into, he took such a difficult decision of ending his own life than living with the suffering and emotions of the people who died on his watch,” the previous IMA chief wrote.