Patna: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued notice to the Principal Secretary of Health Department.
After the kidney case of Muzaffarpur, now the National Human Rights Commission has issued a notice to the Health Department in the Government of Bihar and has sought a reply in four weeks.
Doctor removed both the kidneys of the woman during the operation
Victim Sunita Devi, a resident of Mathurapur village of Sakra police station in the district, had stomach ache, which was treated there by Dr. Pawan Kumar, a quack doctor at Shubhkant Clinic in Bariarpur.
Doctor Pawan Kumar said that the woman had a tumor in the uterus and on 3 September operated the woman.
After the operation, Sunita’s health started deteriorating, swelling started in the body. Then by the family members of the woman, SK Medical College of Muzaffarpur. Sunita’s C.T. Scan was done, in which report both the kidneys are not visible, such a report came.
Let us tell you that when this matter came to the fore, there was not much stir, but after the days, there was a stir in the health department, while the police also got into alert mode and started investigating the matter. SSP Jayantakant where the operation was done; DSP Manoj Pandey was sent there first. Then the next day he himself came to investigate the spot. During this, the police took many important documents from inside the clinic with them.
FIR of missing kidney during ovary operation after that the administrative officials came in panic and the investigation started, then it came to know that the said clinics are not functioning as per the norms of the government.
Human rights advocate S.K. Of. Jha had filed a petition in the National Human Rights Commission and the State Human Rights Commission.
The commission has taken this step, and demand for the immediate arrest of the accused who involved in the case.
However, in this case a notice has been issued by the Bihar Human Rights Commission in the past and a report has been sought from the district administration. Regarding the matter, Human Rights Advocate Jha said that this is a case of very serious nature of human rights violation, in which strictest action is required to be taken against the culprits.