Sambhavna Seth, who rose to fame with Bigg Boss, lost her father on May 8. She has been sharing pictures with her late father and missing him a lot. Today, Sambhavna took to social media and shared a video wherein she blamed a hospital for 'medically murdering' her father who was admitted for his COVID-19 treatment between April and May. Expressing her anger, Sambhavna said that she is going to take legal action against the hospital.
Sharing the video, she wrote, 'They Killed my Father. As they say the world cannot be just black or white. Similarly every doctor cannot be equivalent to God. There are few evils too who are killing our loved ones wearing white coats. Within 2 hours after recording this video my father passed away or I should rather say he was medically murdered. Losing my father was the biggest fear of my life which i have faced. Now i am fearlessly going to fight for the truth as taught by my father whole life. I may or may not defeat these big sharks in this fight but definitely gonna pull them out of this godly water and show there real faces. I was just waiting to complete all the rituals for my father."
She added, 'Now i need your support in this fight because I know everyone of you who has been to hospitals in these tough times have faced the similar medical negligence but couldnt fight for it due to various reason but now we all can fight together by sharing this video with hashtags #justice4sambhavna #medicalmurder My lawyers Adv @rohitarora1914 and @adv.koshima Senior Associates @lexlaureate , a renowned Delhi Law Firm, are in process of initiating the legal battle by sending the Jaipur Golden Hospital a Legal Notice @jayant.priya.'
Recently, Sambhavna also shared a picture with her father from her wedding. Sharing the photo, Sambhavna wrote, 'My father could have been saved. It was not just covid which killed him.'
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