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Special probe team submits report in Chandigarh Special probe team submits report in Chandigarh

Mar-30-2015 | 0 Comments


CHANDIGARH: With the special probe team into delay in treatment of former CM Hukum Singh largely relying upon the report indicting officiating director of PGIMS Rohtak, Dr Rohtas Yahav and senior professor Dr Dhruva Chaudhary, troubling times seem ahead for the two.

Report of the special probe conducted by the team headed by additional chief secretary (ACS) Health R P Chandra has been received by health and medical education minister Anil Vij. "We have received the report and the same has been forwarded to the chief minister's office (CMO) for further action," he said.

Sources say that the report has largely relied upon the report by Pardeep Kasni, director general of medical education, who had indicted Yadav and Chaudhary of showing "negligence" in the treatment of former chief minister on March 11 and recommended their suspension.

The incident dates back to February 25 when PGIMS authorities not only delayed discharge of former CM Hukam Singh, but also allegedly made the family wait for hours for an ambulance for shifting him to a private hospital in Gurgaon. Later, the former CM died in Gurgaon on February 26. An embarrassed BJP government had ordered a probe by Kasni.

The indictment had led to resentment among the medical fraternity and keeping in view the sentiments of medicos and para medicos of PGIMS, who had stood by their director, the chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar had directed the ACS Medical education to examine the report submitted by Kasni.

According to the report submitted by Kasni, Chaudhary and Yadav had even failed to administer or get proper enema therapy administered despite the former chief minister writhing in pain because of problems in digestion.

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