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Indian doctor refuses treatment to Kashmiri patient

MUMBAI: An Indian doctor reportedly refused to treat a Kashmiri patient over political reasons. According to a report, Dr. Manoj Tiwari of Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research Chandigarh told the patient named Nasreen Malik that the “people of Kashmir pelt stones at their forces and come to India seeking medical treatment”. Nasreen’s son...

SAMAA | - Posted: May 7, 2017 | Last Updated: 4 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: May 7, 2017 | Last Updated: 4 years ago
Indian doctor refuses treatment to Kashmiri patient

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MUMBAI: An Indian doctor reportedly refused to treat a Kashmiri patient over political reasons.

According to a report, Dr. Manoj Tiwari of Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research Chandigarh told the patient named Nasreen Malik that the “people of Kashmir pelt stones at their forces and come to India seeking medical treatment”.

Nasreen’s son Javaid also stated that the Indian doctors did not treat her mother properly.

Javaid said, “Tiwari was very responsive to us till he didn’t see the prescription of SKIMS Medical College. Once he came to know that we are from Kashmir, he got angry and threw the papers.”

Javaid added that the doctor demanded Rs. 15 lakh for the medical treatment. He added that another patient told him to go to another medical facility where the cost is Rs. 80000.

He went on to say that the hospital staff became disrespectful to them and asked us to fulfill the basic formalities. He further stated that the staff did not assist them in getting their formalities completed.

“I had to leave the hospital without my mother undergoing treatment there,” Malik said.

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