CMO orders probe, committee asked to submit report within week
MURDER OF NEW BORN BABY
Kupwara, Dec 14: Chief Medical Officer Kupwara on Friday ordered a high level departmental inquiry into the killing of a new born baby in sub district hospital Kupwara.
Taking cognizance of the allegations of the killing of the new born baby the CMO Kupwara Dr Abdul Majeed ordered the probe on Friday vide order NO-CMO/K/5223. Probe is headed by Deputy CMO Kupwara Dr Muneer Ahmad, Dr Sonawalh Qurashi(Physician specialist)district hospital Handwara, Dr Mushtaq Zargar (Gynecologist district hospital Handwara, Dr Sohail Niak (Pediatrician ,Dr. N D Shah, senior surgeon specialist are the other members of the inquiry committee.
Committee has been asked to submit its report within a week’s time.
Committee would investigate into the incident and examine the complete record and role of Dr Shan-e-Alam (Gynecologist sub district hospital Kupwara ) and sweeper Naseema Begum into the killing of the new born baby.
Pertinently, Police had arrested Dr Shan-e-Alam and two of his associates for their alleged involvement in the murder of a new born baby in this frontier district.
“On December 10, Kupwara police recovered body of a new born from a Nallah. After thorough investigation, police approached the woman, who had given birth to the baby,” a police spokesman said.
He said initially the woman concealed the facts. “However, on questioning, she revealed the name of the doctor and other two accused, who had carried out the illegal delivery and thrown the body of the baby into a Nallah,” he added.
He said FIR No 362/2012 U/S 318,302 RPC was registered in police station Kupwara and investigations taken up. Following which Police arrested the accused doctor and two of his associates Naseema, a part-time sweeper in hospital and Nazir Ahmad Mochi son of Ghulam Ahmad Mochi of Muqam Shahwali.
Lastupdate on : Fri, 14 Dec 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 14 Dec 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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