Chandigarh: "You toss stones at our security strengths and afterward come here for treatment" was a specialist's reaction when he was drawn closer by a Kashmiri patient at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh.
The experts at the PGIMER have requested a test into the affirmed bad conduct of the specialist.
Nasreena Malik, an occupant of Kashmir who is experiencing interior carotid corridor aneurysm, was conveyed to the to the neurosurgery division at the PGIMER by her child Javaid Ahmad Malik.
The specialist supposedly let them know, "You toss stones at our security constrains there (Kashmir) and come here for treatment."
Malik said he didn't know the name of the specialist.
"He was fine until he saw the remedy card of doctor's facilities in Kashmir... He discarded them," Malik claimed.
The patient was encouraged to experience angiography and told that the treatment would cost Rs 15 lakh.
Taking a genuine note of the episode, PGIMER chief Prof Jagat Ram has requested a test into it.
"We have looked for a report from the head of division. In the event that the specialist is discovered blameworthy, move will be made against him," he said.
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