Civil Hospital Doctor Beaten by Nurses Over Harassment Claims

There are no words to describe how low have some people fallen, even after Zainab’s incident went international, and campaigns were conducted, there are still people who are using their authority and thinking they can get away with harassment.

One such example is a Civil Hospital doctor, who was beaten up by nurses, in Mirpurkhas for sexually assaulting them and for physical abuse.

The nurses also said that he used to blackmail them via text messages and sent inappropriate messages too. The nurses also mentioned that they are being pressurized and need protection by the police.

One of the nurses claimed that the doctor had been going on with this behavior with her and the other nurses in the OT for a week, including sending messages with threats. When she confronted him, he had physically abused her.

However, the doctor claims that he had done no such thing, instead, he had asked them to not put on make in the OT to which they had ‘attacked’ him.

That’s not all, the nurse also shared that the doctor had previously abused a patient as well in the past and he has a history of such unacceptable behavior. Hospital documents show that back in 2014, the doctor was accused of sexual harassment.

Upon investigation by the hospital authorities, found guilty of engaging in inappropriate behavior with a woman. He was then ordered to be dismissed, in a notification issued by the hospital chief secretary.

However, he got away because of the ‘influential’ authority. Minister of Health Dr. Sikandar Mandhro, taking notice of the incident, said if found guilty, the doctor would be handed out the strictest punishment.

“In this profession [of serving humanity], such [behavior] is unacceptable. We will ensure [if found guilty] he will be given the strictest punishment,” Dr. Mandhro told Geo News. He further stated  “we are answerable”, to the doctor’s return despite guilty status.

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