Dad in India Sues Bill Gates, Indian Government Over Daughter’s Covid Vaccine Murder

Distraught father says his daughter trusted health authority reassurances the vaccines were safe and effective.

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A bereaved Indian father’s complaint, accusing the Indian government and vaccine proponent Bill Gates of falsely claiming the Covid vaccine that led to his daughter’s death was safe and effective, has been escalated to a high court in Bombay.

In documents filed with the high court, Dilip Lunawat shows how his daughter Snehal Lunawat, 33, “who was a doctor and Senior lecturer at SMBT Dental College & Hospital,” died just days after receiving the Serum Institute of India’s Covishield coronavirus vaccine.

According to the complaint, “health workers were asked to get corona vaccines,” and Lunawat “who was a doctor was also compelled to take vaccine at the college.”

“Through various authorities the petitioner’s daughter was assured that, the corona vaccines are completely safe and having no risk and threat to her body,” the complaint states, going on to cite comments from India’s Drug Controller General VG Somani who said, “We’ll never approve anything if there is slightest of safety concern. The vaccines are 110 per cent safe.”

An FAQ released by the Uttar Pradesh government also stated serious or severe side effects from the vaccine were rare and claimed “there is definite treatment for each such serious effect.”

Upon reassurances from various government sources and under pressure from her profession, Lunawat’s daughter took the Covishield vaccine on January 28, 2021.

Lunawat died on March 1, 2021, with India’s Adverse Events Following Immunization (AEFI) team later acknowledging on October 2, 2021, “that the death of complainant’s daughter was due to side effects of Covishield vaccine,” the lawsuit states.

“Hence, this petition is being filed to give justice to my daughter and in order to save the life of many more people which are likely to be murdered due to such unlawful activities of the Respondent authorities.”

In a letter by Lunawat’s brother, he detailed the cirumstances that led to his sister’s death:

My sister took her first dose of Covishield on 28th January 2021 in Nasik. On 5th of February she had a headache. She showed it to the doctors who diagnosed a mild migraine for which she took medicines and felt better. On 5th Feb evening, she came to Aurangabad from where she traveled to Delhi for attending a workshop in Gurgaon. She reached Gurgaon on 6th February afternoon and on the midnight of 7th Feb at 2am she had multiple episodes of vomiting till morning 8am with fatigue.

She was rushed to nearby Aryan hospital, Gurgaon where they said there might be bleeding in the brain and suspected venous sinus thrombosis. As there was no nuerosurgeon available there, we rushed her to the Paras hospital, Gurgaon. She was hospitalized there for 14 days.

She had bleeding, clot formation with low platelets which are all signs of the same condition linked to Astra Zeneca and Covishield vaccine in foreign countries and few in India now. Doctors detected venous sinus thrombosis which was followed by intracranial brain hemmorhage. They performed craniotomy and clot removal surgery. Thereafter she was on a ventilator for 14 days in Gurgaon but her condition did not improve.

She had been tested several times for Covid-19 from the date of admission till the 14th day of her admission to hospital. The results were negative.

We brought her through an air ambulance to United Ciigma hospital in Aurangabad. She continued to be on the ventilator for 8 days but condition did not improve. She passed away on 1st March.

A causality report from the AEFI states Lunawat died from “Right transverse sinus thrombosis with right temporal haemorrhagic infarct, right posteriror frontal haemorrhagic infarct with thrombocytopaenia.”

In letters replying to Lunawat’s father, the Serum Insitute repeatedly denied the vaccine could be the cause of the death, insisting, “Covishield do not cause thrombosis or any other cardiovascular events.”

However, last October the AEFI finally acknowledged Lunawat’s death was caused by the vaccine.

The lawsuit goes on to note that due to a preponderance of evidence showing the vaccines led to severe adverse reactions, doctors should have been notifying patients of the risks associated with them prior to injection.

The complaint also contains a long list of Indian people whose deaths were similarly attributed to the CovidShield vaccine.

As far as Gates is concerned, the Microsoft founder through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is accused of being a partner of the Serum Institute and of helping manufacture Covishield.

According to Indian business news site Live Mint:

The petitioner has sought a response from Gates, whose foundation – the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation – had partnered with the Serum Institute to accelerate the process of manufacturing and delivering 100 million doses of the vaccine. He also sought a response from the Union government, Maharashtra government, and the Drug Controller General of India.

An update from the Indian Bar Association reports an “Advocate for Bill Gates appeared before the High Court and accepted the notice from High Court.”

The distraught father says he wants justice for his daughter, financial compensation for her death, and to prevent future deaths of Indian citizens.

The Indian Bar Association reports the Indian central government is “formulating guidelines for giving compensation to victims of vaccine side effects and resultant deaths.”

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