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Inquiry committee misses deadline as ADC goes on leave

india Updated: Jul 28, 2012 18:15 IST
Sachin Sharma
Sachin Sharma
Hindustan Times
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Not only the civil hospital staff had shown the callousness in treatment of three day old girl child resulting in her death but the committee set up for inquring in to the matter too had gone non serious as it has missed the deadline fixed for submitting the inquiry report because the Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) heading the inquiry had gone on leave on Saturday.

The committee formed on directions of chief minister Parkash Singh Badal and headed by ADC, Parneet Bhardwaj was supposed to submit the report by Saturday, when the deadline of three days fixed for submitting the report ends.
However, as the ADC had gone to New Delhi for attending a marriage there, so the report could not be submitted on Saturday and now will be submitted by Monday only.

Director health services and family services Dr Karanjit Singh when asked whether the report has been submitted by the committee as the deadline for submitting the report ends on Saturday said that the committee will be submitting the report by Monday only, as the ADC, has gone to New Delhi for attending a marriage.

Besides ADC, the committee includes SDM Nakodar, Sumit Kumar, Civil surgeon Dr RL Bassan, Dr Sangeeta Kapoor (gynecology) and Dr Jaswinder Kaur (Pediatric). Director health services is supervising the committee.
When contacted SDM, Nakodar, Sumit Kumar said ADC will be coming back from New Delhi by Saturday then committee will conduct a meeting regarding the report in this matter.

Not only this, the committee members are also not sure whether the inquiry in to the matter was complete or not. When asked if the inquiry in to this was complete from all aspects Kumar said at his part the inquiry was complete and it is up to other members to decide whether they want to look in to some other angles in to matter or not.