6 Doctors fail to report for duty despite Guv’s order in Ukhrul District: TMNL condemns

Chief Medical Officer of Ukhrul district lodged a complaint to the Director of Health Services, Government of Manipur against the 6 medical doctors.

The Tangkhul Mayar Ngala Long (TMNL), Tangkhul Youth Council on Monday strongly condemned against 6 doctors for failing to report for duty despite being transferred to Ukhrul District Hospital a month earlier. Ukhrul district is facing acute shortage of doctors and medical staffs amidst the COVID second wave and at a time when the state is reeling under record breaking COVID crisis.

TMNL in its condemnation said that “in spite of new posting order vide – office orders by the Governor: Manipur No. MED-402/112021-HS-Health dated April 12, 2021 and No. 2/29/2021-M (T&P) dated January 27, 2021” the doctors did not report for duty until May 11.

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Ukhrul Times

The list of doctors who failed to report for duty are listed below as per TMNL:

1. Dr Md Yahia Khan, (Gynecologist)

2. Dr M Sanjeet MO

3. Dr Geetchandra Tongbram MO

4. Dr Pinki Chanu (Specialist ENT)

5. Dr Priyadarshini Shougrakpam MO

6. Dr Tikendrajit Ningombam, (Anaesthetist)

Also read: TMNL Demands CM N Biren’s intervention in Ukhrul District Hospital: Submits Memorandum

Sources informed that A S Kapangring, Chief Medical Officer of Ukhrul district lodged a complaint to the Director of Health Services, Government of Manipur against the 6 medical doctors for failing to report for duty despite their being transferred to Ukhrul in April 12, 2021.

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(Click – eMagazine )

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