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CBI Probe against 2 Radiologists considered unqualified at Rio Olympics


CBI Probe against 2 Radiologists considered unqualified at Rio Olympics

New Delhi: The CBI has initiated a preliminary enquiry into allegations of nepotism and favouritism against some Indian Olympic Association officials in sending two medical professionals with the Indian team to the Rio Olympics last year.

It is alleged that Dr Pawandeep Singh and Col R S Negi were radiologists and did not have “requisite qualification and experience” but were sent to the games from July 24, 2016 to August 23, 2016 with the Indian contingent.

Singh is the son of IOA Vice President Tarlochan Singh and was sent with the team as Chief Medical Officer.

Negi is also believed to be a distant relative of an IOA office bearer.

Agency sources said there are allegations of nepotism, favourtism, and irregularities against certain officials of the IOA which are being examined by the CBI.

A Preliminary Enquiry is done to examine available evidence whether it prima facie constitutes a crime. The agency also collects additional material during the PE.

If the material prima facie indicates criminality, the agency goes ahead with a full-fledged probe by registering an FIR else it closes the complaint.




Source: PTI
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  1. There should be an enquiry on who appointment them,why blame only the radiologist.Which idiot appoints a radiologist to treat or manage sports injuries.

  2. If the requirement for radiologists was there and they are not qualified radiologists then they should be skinned off . Sever punishment will serve as deterrent to others .

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    Dr. T. Sharma May 21, 2017, 8:45 am

    If true, it just reflects how bad government control of sports can be. There might be similar stories in plum medical appointments in the government system.