Gurugram doctors demand more cops at govt hospitals

GURUGRAM: The district well being department has asked for extra police deployment at executive hospitals in Gurugram after two males assaulted a government doctor at General Hospital, Civil Lines, on Friday. The assaulters had been allegedly under the influence of alcohol and were given disillusioned after they had been asked to look forward to their flip for consultation.

At round five:30am on Friday, Rohan, a resident of Rajiv Nagar, and Arun, a resident of Om Nagar, visited the emergency ward of the hospital. They were consuming and were given into a scuffle during which Rohan harm his arm with a liquor bottle. In an under the influence of alcohol state, the chums reached the hospital and went directly into the doctor’s room the place they began yelling after they could not in finding a physician there.

Dr Irfan who was on emergency responsibility at the time was treating any other affected person in the hospital. The doctor proceeded to allot a bed to Rohan and asked the two males to fill the affected person’s shape as the bruise wasn’t very deep. But this irked them additional and so they began hurling abuses in loud voices at the doctor. When the doctor asked them to lower their voices because it could be stressful different sufferers, the lads began thrashing him. The doctor was injured in his eye, stomach and arm.

An FIR was filed at Civil Lines police station on Friday beneath sections 332 (voluntarily causing harm to discourage public servant from his responsibility), 353 (Assault or felony force to discourage public servant from discharge of his responsibility), 506 (felony intimidation) and 323 (voluntarily causing harm). The duo had been arrested on Friday and had been produced in the court docket on Saturday and had been released on bail later in the day.

Following the incident, well being officers met the deputy commissioner and submitted a memorandum, challenging a beef-up in safety association at executive hospitals. The well being officers have requested for strengthening of the police posts at hospitals through deployment of extra police officers. They additionally demanded that a PCR be stationed outdoor hospitals for emergencies. “This is not the first incident of assault on a physician. We work in very vulnerable cases and we want better safety for us so that medical doctors can feel safe and confident whilst providing medical help to sufferers,” mentioned Dr Pradeep Sharma, principal medical officer, Gurugram.
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