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Sunanda Pushkar Death Row: Inside Dr. Sudhir Gupta's complaint letter

Sunanda Pushkar Death Row: Inside Dr. Sudhir Guptas complaint letter
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Sunanda Pushkar Postmortem Controversy Report: Full Text. In a letter written to the Chief Vigilance Commissioner (CVC) and Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT), head of the AIIMS Forensic Department Dr. Sudhir Gupta has complained about a politically motivated malaise agenda working against him so that he can be ousted from his position.

New Delhi: In a letter written to the Chief Vigilance Commissioner (CVC) and Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT), head of the AIIMS Forensic Department Dr. Sudhir Gupta has complained about a politically motivated malaise agenda working against him so that he can be ousted from his position.

Gupta’s letter clearly says that his act of true professionalism, both in Sunanda Pushkar death has gone against the vested interests of some sections which want his stripped off his present position now.

Sunanda Pushkar

However, there are some sections which firmly believe that Gupta’s complaint is more of a strategic tool to settle his personal scores.

Notably, the medic is presently fighting accusations of misconduct and plagiarism in the CAT at present.

Some of the excerpts of the letter are “If she had no food for three days and had only coconut water which has a very high content of potassium, this could have elevated her serum potassium levels and possibly slowed her heart rate. In addition, if she took Alprax, it could have contributed to the slowing down of her heart rate and made it possibly difficult for her to call for help."

Governenancenow.com reported Gupta’s letter for the first time to CAT.

http://governancenow.com/files/Sunanda-Report.pdf

Gupta also shares some mails in his report to CVC and CAT. One of the emails was allegedly sent from Shashi Tharoor’s id to Dr MC Mishra, Director of AIIMS where former Union Minister draws the attention of Dr.Mishra to a medical opinion given by another doctor.

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