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DC Kishtwar orders probe into death due to alleged medical negligence
9/17/2018 10:17:27 PM

Early Times Report
Kishtwar, Sept 17: The grief stricken family of a former health employee who died on 9-9-2018 at District Hospital Kishtwar today alleged that the deceased Rakesh Kumar Parihar died due to medical negligence of the doctors and staff members at District Hospital Kishtwar and submitted a written complaint to Deputy Commissioner Kishtwar Angrez Singh Rana who directed the Additional District Development Kishtwar Imam Din to look into the allegations leveled by the family members of the deceased.
In the application submitted by Rajat Parihar son of late Rakesh Kumar Parihar Resident of Hidyal Kishtwar, his father Rakesh Kumar Parihar complained of severe chest pain on 9-9-2018 at around 4 AM following which they shifted him to District Hospital Kishtwar where one Dr. Bilal Medical Officer (MBBS) attended on him and declared that patient had suffered severe heart attack.
He stated that the doctor on duty brought the matter into the notice of Dr. P L Baghat telephonically, but the said doctor who is consultant medicine and is residing in the government quarter at District Hospital Kishtwar did not attended the patient despite of several calls and requests.
He stated that after hectic efforts the ECG was later got done and same was sent by Dr. Bilal to Dr. P L Baghat through Whatsapp.
"We asked and requested the treating doctor to kindly attend the patient-but he did not attended the patient and ultimately the patient died at about 5.35 AM due to negligence of concern hospital staff" allege the son of the deceased who severed as Supervisory Pharmacist.
He urged DC Kishtwar to investigate the matter thoroughly and book the culprit doctor under rules after independent and fair investigation.
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