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Doctors move to HC in support of Trehan

The Escorts row took a new turn on Wednesday as an association of doctors, supporting the cardio-thoracic surgeon Naresh Trehan, moved to the Delhi High Court seeking to set up a committee to run the Escorts hospital.

New Delhi, May 23 : The Escorts row took a new turn on Wednesday as an association of doctors, supporting the cardio-thoracic surgeon Naresh Trehan, moved to the Delhi High Court seeking to set up a committee to run the Escorts hospital.

The petition was filed in Justice Gita Mittal's court, who fixed up the matter for hearing on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, doctors have also filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) for contempt of court alleging that Fortis is not abiding by the May 19 court order, in which the court had ordered the hospital management to allow Dr. Trehan to work in capacity freely and without any hindrances.

While Fortis maintains that it is complying by the court's order by allowing entry of all doctors and technicians required for surgery, Dr. Trehan's supporters' say that his personal staffs are not being permitted inside the hospital premises.

Daljeet Singh, President Operations of Escorts Heart Institute and Research Centre (EHIRC) told reporters on Tuesday that the Escorts management was complying with the court order, which "does not mention anything about Trehan's associates.

Singh further said that they do not have any technical skills and only take care of secretarial work.

On May 19, the new management of New Delhi based EHRIC, Fortis Healthcare had dismissed Trehan and filed a case against him on alleged charges of vandalism.

But Trehan was granted relief by a local court allowing him to have full access to the hospital and work there till August 6.

ANI

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