Enquiry Committee gives clean chit to docs
Family demands magisterial probe
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Rajouri, Aug 7: An Enquiry Committee, constituted to probe the death of a snake bite victim allegedly due to doctors negligence at District Hospital Rajouri last week has given a clean chit to the medicos.
Official sources said that an enquiry committee constituted by the Director Health Jammu to look into the allegations of negligence in the death of the minor girl, Mishbha daughter of Muhammad Yousuf of Behrot in the hospital on Saturday, submitted its report within 24 hours today.
The three members committee headed by the Chief Medical Officer Rajouri, sources said, in its report has admitted administering of AVS fluid to the patient. However, it was claimed that the doctors were not negligent in any manner as the patient was admitted in time.
Director Health Jammu Dr Madhu Khullar confirmed that the report has exonerated the doctors. “There is no question of taking any action against the doctors as the enquiry committee report has given a clear chit to the medicos”, she claimed.
However, on the other hand the family members of the deceased child have termed the entire enquiry as a mere eyewash.
Family members told Greater Kashmir over phone from Behrote, that the committee constituted to probe the allegations comprised only of medicos and it is understood that the members were under influence.
They demanded an independent and magisterial probe in the incident to ascertain the fact.
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