Friday, April 13, 2001,
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IMA clarification
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, April 12
Dr Gursharan Singh, President, Indian Medical Association, Ludhiana, in a fax message to Ludhiana Tribune today denied the involvement of Dr Ashwini Kumar Malhotra in a vigilance trap according to which he was caught red-handed while accepting a bribe of Rs 4,000 from a private practitioner.

Reacting to a news item published in Ludhiana Tribune on Thursday which was based on a press note issued by the Vigilance Bureau Superintendent, Mr R.P.S. Bajwa, Dr Gursharan Singh said the complainant had gone to Dr Malhotra with the bribe, but he had refused to accept it. Dr Gursharan Singh stated that Dr Malhotra was a hard working and honest doctor.

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