O.P Jaisha marathon runner collapsed at the Rio Olympics

The indian runner in the womens marathon at the Rio Olympics, O P Jaisha from Kerala, collapsed at the finish line and there was a lot of discussion on the apathy of the officials in the Indian olympic contingent, who did not pay much attention to the long distance runner, provide fluids while she was running the distance of 40+ km . Even after a relatively short sprint of a few hundred meters or walking fast,most people start sweating and lose a lot of water.
Hence for any race or long distance walking, usually they show officials or associates of the athlete waiting with fluids or water or ice which the athlete can drink while walking or running to refresh himself or herself.
One of the reasons for the poor performance and apathy of the officials is that in India no one will question the officials for their behavior, they are only interested in an all expense paid holiday.
The other reason is that indian government officials are extremely status conscious. O P Jaisha according to media reports, is the daughter of a daily wage laborer, and the status conscious and indian government officials who have a high social status will treat her according to her social status, and would not go out of their way to help her.
For example the status conscious fraud ntro officials led by j srinivasan, puneet j and vijay are too status conscious to even acknowledge or communicate with the domain investor, who they have viciously defamed for nearly 6 years, so they falsely claim that this website belongs to their sex worker, cheater housewife and other fraud friends and relatives, like slim goan obc bhandari SEX WORKER RAW employee sunaina chodnekar, goan gsb fraud siddhi mandrekar and divert all her correspondence to their friends and relatives.
When ntro officials refuse to communicate with their own btech 1993 EE classmate because of her poor social status, after viciously defaming her for 6 years, other government officials must have also ignored and exploited O P Jaisha, who does not appear to be well connected, due to the very rigid class systems in India, where people refuse to acknowledge those who are not as well connected.