Junior doctor of Jhansi medical college suspended for 6 months for misbehaving with woman intern | Kanpur News


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Jhansi: A junior doctor in the pathology department of Maharani Laxmibai medical college in Jhansi has been suspended for six months along with a fine of Rs one lakh by the anti-ragging committee on Tuesday for misbehaving with a fellow woman intern student.
The committee has also ordered him to vacate the hostel. The committee has also slapped a fine of Rs 25,000 on one of his colleagues for being involved in the incident.
The incident came to light when a woman intern student of the medical college submitted a written complaint to the committee alleging that on October 9 while she was going on her two-wheeler inside the campus, the accused junior doctor, who was driving a car, came in front of her and started misbehaving. When she objected, the junior doctor started abusing her.
The doctor was accompanied by a colleague and some juniors at the time of the incident. Hearing the commotion, the nearby security guard rushed to the spot.
After a detailed inquiry and taking statements from both the sides and also that of the security guard, the committee decided to take action against the erring junior doctor.
Principal, Jhansi medical college, Dr Narendra Singh Sengar said, “The committee took the decision after thorough scrutiny of the facts and came to the conclusion of suspending the junior doctor”.





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