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Lab technician beaten in SDH Kupwara, BMO constitutes committee to investigate matter

Srinagar, Jul 17 : A lab technician from Sub District Hospital Kupwara was allegedly beaten by Sup lab technician and his son in SDH Kupwara for unknown reasons.

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Sources told  that a lab technician Nazir Ahmad Pirzada was beaten infront of other employees of the hospital for some unknown reasons allegedly by Sup lab technician Mohd Asadullah Sofi and his son.

However, Block Medical Officer (BMO) Kupwara has constituted a five member committee to investigate the matter.

The committee comprise Dr. Muhammad Yousuf consultant Gynecologist, Dr. Parvez Ahmad consultant ENT, Ifaq Ahmad Sr. Assistant, Ashiq Hussain pharmacist and Gh Nabi Bhat field worker.

According to the order under number BMOK/902-03 dated 17-07-19, the committee has been asked to submit detailed report within 24 hours in the office of BMO for further action.

Meanwhile, the another order under number Est/BMOK/900-01 dated 17-07-19 reads that Mohd Asadullah Sofi Sup Lab technician SDH Kupwara was relieved to chief Medical Officer (CMO) Kupwara for further action. (KNS)

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