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Former Superintendent of Ambedkar Hospital, Dr. Vivek Chaudhary accused of harassment, Medical Commission reached Women's Commission

Former Superintendent of Ambedkar Hospital, Dr. Vivek Chaudhary accused of harassment, Medical Commission reached Women's Commission

The medical student is alleged that former Superintendent Dr. Vivek Chaudhary used to make objectionable messages late at night. Did not even sign on to bother Thesis.

Raipur. The former Superintendent of Ambedkar Hospital in Raipur (Raipur) capital of Chhattisgarh has made serious allegations against a medical student. Medical student alleges that Dr. Vivek Chaudhary used to send him offensive at night. He did not even sign his thesis for the purpose of harassing him. According to the student, she tried to complain about this matter too, but got no success. Now the matter reached the Women's Commission and filed a complaint. At the same time, the Women's Commission has issued a notice asking Vivek Chaudhary to submit a reply. Now the favor of the former Superintendent is yet to come in this whole matter.

In fact, a medical college student has filed a complaint in the Women's Commission against Ambedkar Hospital's former superintendent and HOD doctor of cancer department, Vivek Chaudhary, alleging harassment. According to the information, the female doctor says that the former superintendent used to make objectionable messages late at night. When the superintendent did not listen, Vivek Chaudhary accused the student of not intentionally signing theses, for the purpose of harassing him. It is being told that the victim has already tried to complain, but Vivek Chaudhary's Superintendent of Ambedkar Hospital did not have any hearing.

Girl student reached the Commission after complaining
Action was not taken in the case, the victim reached the Women's Commission and filed a complaint. Initially, the Chhattisgarh Women's Commission is currently investigating the case. To give clarification on the complaint, former Superintendent of Ambedkar Hospital Vivek Chaudhary has also been called by giving notice in the Commission. Women Commission Chairman Kiranmayi Nayak said that Vivek Chaudhary was called to the Commission's office on Wednesday for the first hearing after receiving the complaint. The former superintendent also appeared before the commission. After this, the Women's Commission has given the time to present the answer after 15 days by handing over the copy of the complaint made against her. Hearing of the matter has been kept in the Women's Commission again on 23 September. Now Vivek Chaudhary's reply to the student's allegations is being awaited.




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