NHM IT assistant in Kurukshetra commits suicide; lady doctor, reserved staff | Gurgaon News

KURUKSHETRA: Police have booked a female doctor and unknown staff from LNJP Civil Hospital, Thanesar, on charges of inciting suicide as a 35-year-old male, assigned as an IT assistant at NHM (National Health Mission), Kurukshetra committed suicide by consuming a toxic substance on Saturday.
The deceased has been identified as Kamal Kumar of Shanti Nagar, Kurukshetra who is survived by his wife and a minor son.
According to reports, Kamal consumed a poisonous substance at Brahamsarovar in Kurukshetra, from where he was rushed to the civilian hospital and died while being treated.
On the complaint of Kamal’s wife, Kavita Rani, a case was filed against a female doctor Nitin Kumari and unknown staff members under section 306 (incitement to suicide) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) at Kurukshetra University police station on Saturday.
Kavita alleged that the female doctor had mentally harassed her husband Kamal and despite repeated complaints to the civil surgeon’s office, Kurukshetra, no action was taken against her.
“The doctor used his political approach to avoid acting against her and she too came to our house and insulted Kamal. We also filed a complaint at the CM window against the accused doctor but nothing was done” , said Kavita.
Meanwhile, family members of the late Kamal staged a protest outside the LNJP Hospital on the Pipli-Third Gate road while demanding the arrest of the accused doctor. The demonstrators blocked the road and refused to perform the autopsy and cremate the corpse of the late Kamal. Kurukshetra police had to divert traffic on the road.
Family members said that as officials failed to take timely action on the complaint, it forced Kamal to take the drastic measure, adding that all hospital staff were aware of the harassment he was being subjected to. was a victim.
Kurukshetra Police (ASP) Additional Superintendent Karan Goel reached the scene of the protest and managed to appease the family members while assuring them to take action and relatives lifted the protest and prepared for the protest. ‘autopsy.
ASP Karan said, “We have assured the family members of the deceased to conduct a fair investigation and if the doctor is found guilty, action will surely be taken against her in accordance with the law.”

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