Jaipur: The family of the 24-year-old woman doctor, who had allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself from a ceiling fan at her hostel room on July 17 here, accused police and the medical college administration of inaction in the case.
“A case was registered against five doctors for abetment to suicide. They mentally harassed my daughter, which forced her to take the extreme step. Nearly a month after her death, police and the medical college have failed to take action against the accused,” said Sumesh Gupta, father of the deceased doctor, Sakshi Gupta.
What forced my daughter to commit suicide should be investigated by the CBI and the accused should be punished, he added. Sakshi Gupta, a resident doctor at Mahila Chikitsalaya here, was found hanging in her hostel room.
Medical Dialogues had earlier reported that even while the medical fraternity is still reeling with the death of an MD gynaecology in Mumbai, who allegedly committed suicide due to casteist harassment from seniors, yet another MD Gynaecology medico, this time from SMS Medical college, Jaipur has now committed suicide
A 24-year-old female doctor who had began pursuing her MD Gynaecology at SMS Medical College two months ago, allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling fan of her hostel room.
While no suicide note was recovered from the spot, the family members of the deceased filed a police complaint stating that their daughter was being continually harassed by her seniors and based on the same, the Jaipur Police have booked five postgraduate medical students.
Her family had lodged a case against Dr Leela, Dr Aditi, Dr Varsha, Dr Tripal and Dr Kavita for abetment to suicide.