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DSP relieved of duty for thrashing doctors

DSP relieved of duty for thrashing doctors


Kathmandu, April 16

Metropolitan Police Office, Ranipokhari, has initiated motion in opposition to erring police personnel, together with Deputy Superintendent of Police Umesh Lamsal, head of Maharajgunj-based Metropolitan Police Circle, for allegedly thrashing three docs who had been coming back from obligation.

The cops had assaulted docs close to Kanti Children’s Hospital, Maharajgunj, at round 8:15 pm yesterday. DSP Lamsal was main a crew of 5 police personnel throughout an everyday police patrol when the incident occurred.

Following the incident, DSP Lamsal has been relieved of his obligations because the MPC head and recalled to MPO,  Ranipokhari, alongside  with 5 different police personnel who baton- charged docs.

The MPO has additionally fashioned a probe committee led by Senior Superintendent of Police Kiran Bajracharya to research the case. Other members of the panel are Superintendent of Police Mukesh Singh and DSP Hobindra Bogati.

Shambhu Khanal and Tej Prakash, third 12 months residents of inside drugs at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, and Bikas Shah, a pediatrician at Kanti Children’s Hospital, had been crushed up although they confirmed their id playing cards to police personnel.

The docs had been returning to their rented flat after wrapping up their duties. All three had been taken abruptly when the on-duty police personnel approached them stopping the patrol automobile. The police personnel, who docs mentioned had been in no temper to hearken to them, baton-charged the docs.

“The baton-charge lasted a minute or two. They approached us arrogantly and didn’t need to hear what we needed to say. They began hitting us swiftly after we had been simply a few blocks from our flat,” mentioned Khanal. Prakash suffered accidents on his forearm and shoulder.

After police left, the docs went again to the hospital for X-ray screening and therapy, which fortunately didn’t present any fractures.

The Nepal Medical Association, the skilled organisation of medical docs and dentists, has condemned police motion and demanded an investigation into the incident.

“This act of violence in opposition to docs just isn’t acceptable. We demand stringent motion in opposition to the cops concerned in thrashing the docs,” learn the press launch. The National Resident Doctors Association has demanded motion in opposition to the responsible policemen.

The MPO, issuing a press launch later, mentioned it could examine the incident and take motion in opposition to the erring cops.

A model of this text seems in e-paper on April 17, 2020, of The Himalayan Times.

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