Don’t be more loyal than the King: Tarigami, Hakeem to Dr Masoodi
Srinagar, May 22: CPI (M) State Secretary M Y Tarigami and PDF Chairman Hakeem Muhammad Yasin on Tuesday reacted sharply to the statement issued by Dr Muneer Masoodi, the new G B Pant Medical Superintendent, saying, “He has been appointed to take care of administration rather than being appointed as a spokesman of the ministry of Medical Education.”
Terming Dr Masoodi’s yesterday’s interaction with media as a move to neutralize the burning issue of infant deaths at G B Pant, Tarigami and Yasin in a joint statement here said, “He wants to justify the ever increasing infant mortality rate in the hospital.”
“Even a common man knows about the mess in the G B Pant hospital which has mainly contributed to the increasing number of infant deaths but Medical Superintendent has tried to become more loyal than the king,” they added.
The duo advised Dr Masoodi not to trespass his mandate and leave the justifications and clarifications to the state government which is yet to receive report from Dr Showkat Zargar headed inquiry commission.
They maintained that Dr Masoodi’s statement on 100 per cent staff attendance is bizarre as this attendance has been enforced for the last few weeks since the hospital is in news for its dismal scenario.
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