Fight for management of Indore’s Synergy Hospital worsens | indore | Hindustan Times
Today in New Delhi, India
Mar 30, 2017-Thursday
New Delhi
  • Humidity
  • Wind

Fight for management of Indore’s Synergy Hospital worsens

indore Updated: Oct 19, 2015 21:42 IST
HT Correspondent
Indore's Synergy hospital

The scuffle over the management of Indore’s Synergy hospital deepened with Anil Jain, the director of the hospital, turning against Dr Subodh Jain and lodging a complaint of forgery and cheating against him before the Indore police.

The Synergy Hospital was set up in 2012 by a group of 10 doctors and one Suresh Choukse, with an equal stake being divided between them - approximately 9% each.

For the past few months, there has been a disagreement over the hospital’s management.

Anil Jain, who is also a relative of Dr Subodh Jain, has now alleged that his signatures were forged by Dr Subodh in an attempt to kick him out of the board and take control of the management.

In response to his complaint, a notice has been issued by the Vijaynagar police station seeking Dr Subodh’s response to the complaint before October 20.

In response, Dr Subodh denied receiving any notices in this regard and refused to comment on the matter.

Earlier, a similar complaint was lodged against Dr Subodh Jain by Dr Ramesh Shivhare, a fellow doctor at the Synergy Hospital. He had accused both Dr Subodh and Anil Jain of using unlawful means to take over the management of the hospital from the remaining members.

In his case, which is pending before divisional bench of the MP high court, Dr Shivhare alleged that after disputes cropped up among them regarding the management of the hospital, it was decided before the Company Law Board (CLB), that either of the factions can take over the complete management by paying `80,000 per share to the opposite party.

In December 2014, Dr Jain had then agreed to pay the sum to Dr Shivhare and co. and take over the complete management of the hospital.

However, the money was illegally raised by him through mortgaging the assets of the hospital and diverting the money through four fictitious companies registered in the names of Dr Jain’s relatives.