In Jharkhand, a man was treated using a mobile torch, and a probe was ordered.

Video of lightning struck individual allegedly treated under mobile phone torch lights at Hazaribag Medical College and Hospital . Hospital was in midst of power outage .

On Saturday, Hazaribag district administration constituted an inquiry into a viral video claiming that a lightning struck individual was allegedly treated under mobile phone torch lights at Hazaribag Medical College and Hospital (HMCH), according to a local official.On the same night, he was rushed to the HMCH and admitted to the trauma center.The doctor on duty was urged to perform an ECG of the patient.Meanwhile, the hospital was in the midst of a power outage.

Choudhury argued that electricity was not restored after giving the hospital authorities reports.Choudhury said that a powerful diesel generator set was installed there so that emergency services could be provided to the patients.In addition, a Rs 50 lakh solar farm is being built in the medical school, but it was left out of commission for months, he said.In this regard, Deputy Commissioner Nancy Sahay of Hazaribag said.

A video that went viral on social media caused no action can be taken.Dr. AK Singh, the deputy superintendent of HMCH Hazaribag, denied the allegation of a patient being tended by mobile and torchlights.He said the generator set takes five to seven minutes to start.After restoring the generator's power, the patient's ECG was performed and the doctor attended him for further care,Singh said that his condition is normal, but that he was referred to the RIMS in Ranchi for better care.