Imphal, 26 December 2017 ( Evening News ) : The family of late MCS officer Rachel Ngailunwai Guite has appealed to the Government to look into her death stating that it could have been prevented. Speaking to media persons at Manipur Press Club, the elder sister of Rachel’s husband, Florence N. Lowe made a fervent appeal to private hospitals to focus on saving the lives of patients rather than commercialising the hospitals. She asserted that the hospital management, doctors and nurses should be held responsible for her death. She also appealed for improvement in the quality of medical care in the State to save the lives of people. Florence also urged the health and family welfare minister to convene an emergency session of the assembly to pass a bill to reform the health and medical facilities. She appealed to the Chief Minister to provide support to the children and family of Rachel. Florence also urged authorities of Suba Hospital and Raj Medicity to understand the expectations of the paients and improve their emergency facilities. It may be mentioned MCS officer Rachel Ngailunwai Guite died in the ICU of Raj Medicity on the 17th of this month after she was shifted from Suba Hospital at Lamphel unconscious after having delivered a twin. MLA Vungzagin Valte also urged the Chief Minister to provide the salary and allowances till the end of her tenure to her children and family.