Hubballi: A team of two members inquiry committee visited the Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) to collect the views of the doctors who were allegedly targeted by a news channel’s sting operation, in that programme the channel alleged that 11 doctors belonging to different departments skip their duties after registering their attendance.
According to the sources, the inquiry team headed by the Director of Medical Education Dr Girish and Dr Nagaraj of Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Chest Diseases had inquired about the allegations they were facing.
The sources told that the government sent the committee to inquire about allegations against these 11 doctors facing as the government found that the report and documents along with the reply submitted by the doctors to the show cause notice served by the Director were not adequate, that compelled the government to constitute a committee to dig facts and submit a report on the issue.
It is said that the committee collected the documents and gathered views of the doctors and they left for Bengaluru. The committee will submit its report to the government for action.
Meanwhile, www.hubliexpress.com tried to contact one of the committee members to get their views but he did not reply to the calls and messages.
Dr Ramalingappa Antartani, Director told that he was not involved in the inquiry part and he can’t comment more on this.