DAK demands arrest of DHS Kashmir, others in molestation case
‘Hold inquiry by an independent Commission’
Srinagar: Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) on Saturday demanded arrest of Director Health Services Kashmir, Dr Salim-ur-Rehman and three other health officers allegedly in a case involving complaint by a nurse that they tried to molest her.
In a statement issued to GNS, DAK spokesperson also demanded an independent inquiry into the entire incident.
The spokesperson while condemned the shameful serial molestation on a staff nurse of health department by Director Health Services Kashmir Dr Saleem-ur-Rehman and two other officials said that we are in a state of shock because of this beastly act.
“People have lost faith and trust in the sacred institution of health as the highest seat of it is a molester”, the spokesperson said, adding “Our sisters and daughters are unsafe and they are reluctant to go to hospitals”.
He said that this dastardly act committed by these nymphomaniac officials is unpardonable and unforgivable. They have brought disregard and disrepute to the whole profession and should be immediately removed from their positions. They are blot to the profession and their registration should be cancelled by Medical Council of India.
He said that government inquiry is an eyewash as we have seen the fate of previous inquiries where officials involved in sex scandal were given plump postings.
The spokesperson demands immediate arrest of Director Health Services and other officials involved and they should be removed from their positions.
He demands inquiry by an independent commission as we have lost trust in government probes.
The spokesperson appeals nation to come out in support of the brave heart victim who should be saluted for her courage and bravery.
“We cannot be silent spectators when the chastity of our daughters are at stake. We will sacrifice our lives to safeguard the honor and dignity of our daughters”, the spokesperson added. (GNS)