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Kerala HC expressed concern over attacks on doctors, said- ‘What has the state government done regarding security’

Kerala HC expressed concern over attacks on doctors, said- ‘What has the state government done regarding security’


The Kerala High Court has expressed concern over the attacks on doctors in the state. Along with this, the High Court has also questioned the state government to stop the attacks on doctors in the state.

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oi-Neeraj Kumar Yadav

Updated: Thursday, December 1, 2022, 21:53 [IST]

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The Kerala High Court has expressed concern over the attacks on doctors in the state. The court has said that 137 cases of attack on doctors have been registered this year. Along with this, the court has asked the state government what action is being taken regarding the safety of the doctors. Apart from this, the Kerala High Court has also ordered the police to take cognizance of the attack on doctors by registering an FIR.

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Actually, the Kerala High Court was hearing a case of attack on a doctor. The hearing was being conducted by a division bench of Justice Devan Ramachandran and Justice Kausar Edappagath. Meanwhile, the bench ordered registration of an FIR taking suo moto cognizance, making the state police chief a party in the matter. Further, the bench said that as a first step, we are of the view that every incident of assault on a doctor or healthcare professional including any other staff of the hospital, whether security or otherwise – should be taken cognizance by the concerned police station within 1 hour should go.

On Thursday, senior advocate Gopakumaran Nair and advocate K. Anand took up the matters of attack on doctors in the court. Presenting the figures during this, the lawyers said that the number of recorded attacks on doctors since June 2021 is 137 or more. Lawyers said that these figures are surprising. Because there are at least 10 or 12 attacks on doctors every month. At the same time, expressing concern in this matter, the court said that despite the order issued earlier, the number of attacks on doctors has not decreased.

At the same time, the court said that the attacks on doctors are enough to tell that there is no fear of law among the citizens. If there was fear among the citizens about the law, then such incidents would not have happened. Apart from this, the court also said that the health system is not improving, while the number of patients is increasing day by day. But if the attacks on doctors are less, then it will have a positive effect on the health system as well.

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Kerala High Court has expressed concern over attacks against doctors in the state



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