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Day on, 20 PGIMS doctors booked for rioting and theft

June 16, 2019 05:20 AM


Day on, 20 PGIMS doctors booked for rioting and theft
Sat Singh TNN


A day after a junior resident of the PGIMS here committed suicide, police on Saturday booked 20 students of the premier health institute for allegedly vandalizing the residence of the accused in the case, paediatrics head Dr Geeta Gathwala.

Dr Gathwala, who is accused of harassing Dr Onkar to such an extent that he committed suicide, also hinted at internal politics of the PGIMS for her being held responsible for the suicide.

In her complaint, Dr Gathwala alleged that the students broke open the gate of her house and the doors around 12.45pm on Saturday, when she, her husband, daughter and son were at home. “They suddenly invaded my residence and vandalised it. They broke open the gate, doors and windows in a planned and organised manner with criminal intent,” she alleged.

The doctor also accused the students of her breaking her furniture, computers, phones, and stealing the keys to her cars. “They also hurled choicest of abuses at my husband, Dr Ishwar Singh,” she alleged.

She has alleged that the students were instigated by “some people” in her department, who wanted to tarnish her image and damage her reputation for ulteriour motives. Dr Gathwala also demanded adequate security and action against all accused.

The students who have been booked are: Dr Satbir, Dr Gaurav, Dr Ankit, Dr Rishabh, Dr Deepti Garg, Dr Bhaskar Banoth, Dr Rajiv, Dr Nisha Kumari, Dr Surbhi Gupta, Dr Sonu Kumar, Dr Sainik Dutta, Dr Heema Fatima, Dr Saraswati, Dr Parteek Jindal, Dr Parerna Jain, Dr Aashima, Dr Daksh Bhutani, Dr Sudeep Kumar and unidentifed persons.

The students have been charged with relevant sections of the IPC and Section 3 of the Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act

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