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Mob creates a ruckus at LLR Hospital

MOB CREATED a ruckus at the emergency of the LLR Hospital over treatment of a girl, who had made an abortive bid to end her life. However, doctors retaliated and nabbed the girls? relatives and handed them over to the police.

india Updated: Jan 01, 2006 00:11 IST

MOB CREATED a ruckus at the emergency of the LLR Hospital over treatment of a girl, who had made an abortive bid to end her life. However, doctors retaliated and nabbed the girls’ relatives and handed them over to the police.

Girl, identified as Rubina, resident of Munshi Purw had tried to commit suicide by jumping before a running train on Saturday morning after her boyfriend Raju Painter refused to marry her. Disturbed due to break-up, she left the house and jumped before a running train near Kathpul. In the incident, Rubina lost her right leg whereas her left leg was injured badly. However, general duty doctors present in the emergency ward of the medical college decided to amputate the left leg.

For this, a junior resident doctor asked the attendants, whose number were nearly 30, to arrange a bottle of blood. On hearing this, attendants gathered at the entrance of the emergency ward used abusive language against the doctors. Shamshul Jaman, a corporater from Babupurva, was also present in the mob.

Following verbal confrontation, news of the incident spread on the college campus and nearly 50 medicos reached in front of the emergency.

On seeing medicos coming towards them attendants started running. Medicos started chasing the attendants on the main road in front of the hospital, till they finally caught them at the entrance of Swaroop Nagar police station and handed them over to police.

Meanwhile, principal Dr SK Katiyar calm down the agitated students.

Talking to Hindustan Times, Dr Katiyar said, “Some people misbehaved with duty doctors and tried to disrupt the work at emergency but medicos handed them over to police.” “Now it’s police job to provide security to doctors,” Dr Katiyar added.

Meanwhile, SHO Swaroop Nagar police station Nand Kishore Vajpayee said, “We have not received any complaints from the doctors.”

However, some medicos said, “Two persons calling themselves leaders of a political party misbehaved with duty doctors when we tried to convince that at least 16 bottles of blood were required in amputating the left leg of the lady on which they abused doctors and asked them to arrange blood by themselves which was not technically possible.”

Though, none of the attendants present in the hospital to comment.

First Published: Jan 01, 2006 00:11 IST