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DODA: Additional Deputy Commissioner, Bhadarwah, Rakesh Kumar has initiated an inquiry against two employees of Sub District Hospital Bhaderwah for remaining absent from their legitimate duty.As per an order issued by ADC Bhadarwah, a news report was posted on social media by someone on July 20, 2021 that there was no one in SDH Bhadarwah for attending an injured patient. A report in this regard was sought from BMO Bhadarwah, who informed that a Pharmacist and Nursing Orderly were absent from their assigned duty at the time, when injured was brought to the hospital. Keeping in view urgent nature of duties and negligence on part of employees, the BMO Bhadarwah was directed to seek explanation from both the employees besides stopping their salary and conducting an enquiry into the matter. He was also asked to furnish enquiry report within a week’s time positively.
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