Bandh observed in Ambah against doctor?s kidnapping
THE AMBAH tehsil town of Morena district today observed a complete bandh in protest against the yesterday's abduction of well-known physician Dr Narayan Hari Sharma.Updated: Feb 05, 2006 15:39 IST
THE AMBAH tehsil town of Morena district today observed a complete bandh in protest against the yesterday's abduction of well-known physician Dr Narayan Hari Sharma.
There was no clue about the missing doctor even as the police launched intense search operation and took some persons in custody. Police parties were also sent to Agra and other places. Sources indicated the hand of bandit Charan Sikarwar gang in the kidnapping of Dr Sharma. The sources also did not rule out the hand of notorious Raju Tomar, Ramu, Gore, Lalla and Ramveer.
The private practitioners government doctors of district Morena took out a silent procession protesting against the abduction of Dr Sharma, who is the son of the late Radhe Charan Sharma, a former Member of Parliament. They submitted a memorandum to the Collector. It was learnt that the kidnappers had stayed for some time in village Goshpur near Sarai Chola.
The police were reported to have collected some evidence of staying there and have also detained an absconding miscreant of Konthar, district Morena.
But the police have given no official statement about incident so far. The irate doctors' fraternity held a meeting in the district hospital, Morena, before taking out a procession to the resident of Collector Amit Rathore.
The doctors wore black badges. The president of All India Medical Association Dr Dilip Premi said that is was unanimously decided that the doctors would boycott work except emergency service in the district hospital. A delegation of the association would also meet the IG and DIG Police in this connection.
First Published: Feb 05, 2006 15:39 IST