Raid at clinic

Jhajjar: Police give clean chit to health team

Jhajjar, July 29

The probe conducted by a DSP has given a clean chit to a local health team, led by nodal officer (PNDT) Dr Mamta, in a complaint filed by the brother of a private doctor, in which the latter had accused the team of implicating her sister in a false case, planting fake evidences and demanding bribe after raiding her clinic and maternity hospital in Badli town on June 22.

The police had registered a case against Dr Neelam under Sections 3, 4 and 5 of the MTP Act, Section 15 of the Environment Protection Act and Section 420 of the IPC on the complaint of Dr Mamta.

The team recovered an MTP kit from the clinic and tools/instrument from a car parked outside.

Later, Neelam’s brother Vikram Kumar filed a counter complaint levelling allegations against the raiding team. He has also attached CCTV footage in support of the complaint.

In his inquiry report submitted to the SP on Wednesday, the DSP said no accuracy was found in the allegations while the action taken by the nodal officer against the accused was as per the rules. — TNS

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