High Level Committee formed to probe Jumla Incident
The Karnali Institute of Health and Science Teaching Hospital has formed a high level investigation committee on July 27 to probe the incident in the hospital in a process of shifting Dr KC to Kathmandu for treatment.
The committee was formed in coordination with former National Planning Commission’s member and Professor Dr Geeta Bhakta Joshi with seven high level investigation members according to vice chancellor Dr Rajendra Wagle of the institute.
The member of the investigation committee consists of former health secretary Dr Sinendra Raj Uprety, professor Dr Krishna Kumar Rai, Dr Babu Ram Marasini, Dr Dev Man Limbu, journalist Gorakh Bahadur Thapa and Raju Katuwal as a member of secretary.
The meeting of executive council held in central office of Karnali institute of health and science, Jumla has formed the high level investigation committee. The meeting held in chairmanship of vice chancellor Dr Wagle has formed the committee to find out the facts of the incident.
There was a clash between the security and health professionals in the hospital while transferring Dr KC on July 18 to Kathmandu from Jumla for treatment while he was in 20th day of hunger strike demanding for the reformation of health sector.
Man Datta Rawal
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