Munnabhai probe: Medical varsity seeks police help
KING GEORGE?S Medical University Sherlocks will take police help to make sure whether the suspended doctor is a real Munnabhai! The administration has already intensified a hunt for Dr R.K Gupta?s documents after he was arrested in connection with KGMU arson.india Updated: Feb 04, 2006 00:17 IST
KING GEORGE’S Medical University Sherlocks will take police help to make sure whether the suspended doctor is a real Munnabhai!
The administration has already intensified a hunt for Dr R.K Gupta’s documents after he was arrested in connection with KGMU arson.
Meanwhile, the KGMU administration has gathered some more interesting evidence against suspended junior doctor Dr RK Gupta.
During the screening of official documents it was found that the papers filed by Dr Gupta at time of admission were not proper.
Dr Gupta had given a provisional high school certificate for the year 1992. The provisional certificate expired after six months, but the original certificate was not deposited by him.
More so the provisional certificate had the name Raj Kumar, which made him eligible for the facilities provided to the backward classes. Later he changed his name to Raj Kumar Gupta.
A letter disclosing the change in name was submitted to the KGMU but he did not submiMtted the original High School certificate.
However, the varsity administration is not willing to take chance in the case of Dr Gupta. The varsity administration had to revoke the expulsion order of Dr Gupta a week ago for legal lacunae.
Therefore, it has been decided that the search for documents of Dr Gupta would continue on Saturday to make sure whether he deposited the high school certificate or not and to find any other shortcomings.
The matter may also bring KGMU staff in the net as they did not demanded the original certificate from Dr Gupta, ever after 2003, when he took admission.
Meanwhile, the KGMU administration is planning to seek help from police to frame final charge sheet against the suspended students.
The varsity had suspended 37 students for their involvement in the arson on campus on January 12, following the death of a MBBS student and the strike by junior residents, following the Nauchandi Express incident.
KGMU is finding it difficult to frame charges in connection with the arson and loss of property as the evidences of investigation is with the police and KGMU has the only tool of the act and statutes in its hands.
First Published: Feb 04, 2006 00:17 IST