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Jabalpur fireplace: Police announce money reward for info on absconding medical doctors; registration of 28 hospitals revoked

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Jabalpur fire: Police announce cash reward for information on absconding doctors; registration of 28 hospitals revoked

By PTI

JABALPUR: Madhya Pradesh police have introduced a money reward of Rs 10,000 every for info resulting in the arrest of three medical doctors and a senior supervisor of a Jabalpur-based non-public hospital, the place a devastating fireplace killed eight individuals and injured 5 others not too long ago.

In a associated growth, cracking a whip on the hospitals that lack security measures, Jabalpur’s chief medical and well being officer (CMHO) revoked the registration of 28 non-public medical services within the final three days for non-compliance of fireplace security and different necessary norms discovered throughout the inspection.

Talking to PTI, Superintendent of Police Siddharth Bahuguna on Saturday mentioned he had issued an order a day in the past for Rs 10,000 money reward every for anyone offering info that results in the arrest of three medical doctors and the senior supervisor of the New Life Multi-speciality Hospital, the place the fireplace tragedy had occurred on Monday afternoon.

“The hospital’s director-cum-proprietor, Dr Nishit Gupta, besides Dr Suresh Patel and Dr Sanjay Patel and senior manager Vipin Pandey are at large,” he mentioned.

Dr Santosh Soni (36), one among 4 accused medical doctors, and Ram Soni (29), an assistant supervisor of the non-public hospital, have been arrested to this point, he mentioned.

A case of culpable murder not amounting to homicide has been registered towards the 4 medical doctors and two managers of the multi-speciality hospital after the fireplace incident.

“Our teams have conducted raids at certain places, but could catch the accused persons. A search is on to nab them,” the SP mentioned.

CMHO Dr Sanjay Mishra mentioned the registration of 28 non-public hospitals has been revoked during the last three days for non-compliance of fireplace security and different necessary norms.

Private hospitals are being inspected throughout the district, he mentioned.

JABALPUR: Madhya Pradesh police have introduced a money reward of Rs 10,000 every for info resulting in the arrest of three medical doctors and a senior supervisor of a Jabalpur-based non-public hospital, the place a devastating fireplace killed eight individuals and injured 5 others not too long ago.

In a associated growth, cracking a whip on the hospitals that lack security measures, Jabalpur’s chief medical and well being officer (CMHO) revoked the registration of 28 non-public medical services within the final three days for non-compliance of fireplace security and different necessary norms discovered throughout the inspection.

Talking to PTI, Superintendent of Police Siddharth Bahuguna on Saturday mentioned he had issued an order a day in the past for Rs 10,000 money reward every for anyone offering info that results in the arrest of three medical doctors and the senior supervisor of the New Life Multi-speciality Hospital, the place the fireplace tragedy had occurred on Monday afternoon.

“The hospital’s director-cum-proprietor, Dr Nishit Gupta, besides Dr Suresh Patel and Dr Sanjay Patel and senior manager Vipin Pandey are at large,” he mentioned.

Dr Santosh Soni (36), one among 4 accused medical doctors, and Ram Soni (29), an assistant supervisor of the non-public hospital, have been arrested to this point, he mentioned.

A case of culpable murder not amounting to homicide has been registered towards the 4 medical doctors and two managers of the multi-speciality hospital after the fireplace incident.

“Our teams have conducted raids at certain places, but could catch the accused persons. A search is on to nab them,” the SP mentioned.

CMHO Dr Sanjay Mishra mentioned the registration of 28 non-public hospitals has been revoked during the last three days for non-compliance of fireplace security and different necessary norms.

Private hospitals are being inspected throughout the district, he mentioned.