Even after a week-long investigation, the Kozhikode Medical College police have failed to trace a 52-year-old man suspected of attacking a physician on the street close to Chevayur.
Ok. Ambili, a lecturer on the Institute of Maternal and Child Health (IMCH), who sustained two fractures on her nasal bone, was underneath remedy after the incident.
Though the police claimed to have recognized the person on the identical day, he has not been arrested but. Flash inspections carried out in suspected hideouts failed. Countering the allegations associated to the “slow-paced” investigation, cops stated they’d nab him in a few days.
The Ummalathur native reportedly picked up a battle with the physician on May 25, alleging that she was not driving correctly. He resorted to sudden bodily assault after his cell phone fell on the street through the argument. The physician was on her option to the Medical College quarters.
“I suffered grievous hurt in the incident and was really struggling to take it up publicly for justice. As surgery was not recommended to fix the fractures, I was undergoing conservative treatment amid the traumatic experience,” stated Dr. Ambili. She stated the police would have the ability to monitor the suspect rapidly in the event that they thought of the case critically.
Condemning the incident, the State and district committees of the Kerala Government Medical College Teachers’ Association (KGMCTA) known as upon the State authorities to make sure justice to the complainant. The affiliation functionaries led by State president Nirmal Bhaskar and secretary C.S. Aravind sought stronger measures on the a part of the federal government for the speedy enforcement of legal guidelines enacted for the safety of medical doctors and hospital institutions.
“To draw the attention of the authorities concerned, KGMCTA’s district committee also organised a protest near the Government Medical College Hospital, Kozhikode, on Thursday. More than 50 doctors turned up for the sit-in and expressed solidarity with Dr. Ambili,” stated KGMCTA district secretary T. Gopakumar. Dr. Ambili was additionally current on the venue, he stated.