Bandipora 9, April/CNI: Doctors at a health centre in north Kashmir who had gone on protest against alleged misbehavior by DC Bandipora with one if their colleagues, have resumed duties upon intervention by local civil and police administration.
SDM Sumbal, Syed Shahnawaz Bukhari told that he personally visited Community Health Centre Hajin soon after the doctors there alleged misbehavior by the DC and sorted out the matter with them.
There upon, the protesting doctors called off the protest and resumed work at the health facility, Bukhari said.
Medical Superintendent at the health centre, Dr Nisar also confirmed that they had resumed duties upon sorting out the matter with the visiting officials including the concerned SDPO,and SHO Hajin
“We didn’t want to go on protest in the first place. Now after sorting out the matter, our top priority is to fight the prevailing crisis rising out if the COVID-19 outbreak, ” Dr Nisar added.
However, Deputy Commissioner Bandipora Shabaz refuted the allegations levelled by doctors.
“There was some issue over release of some people from a quarantine centre. The issue has been resolved. It happens sometimes due to anger. Now i have talked to the doctor, he said.