New Delhi: An appallingly massive scam was unearthed on Tuesday pertaining to the placement of new recruits for the position of doctor in the National Capital Region (NCR). Doctors at Deen Dayal Upadhyay exposed the scam which was seething at every level of the different vocations inside the hospital.
“I had to pay more than Rs 75,000 to secure my job,” said a doctor, who claimed that if he hadn’t paid the said amount, the money would soon increase to 1 lakh rupees. The doctors wrote to the medical superintendent asking for the recruitment process of the hospital to be restarted.
Potential recruits who go to the hospital are told that there are no vacancies for their position. But when the officials are bribed with the said amount of money, the individual is then provided the job.
Dr Sanjeev Bagai, VC and Director of Manipal Hospital in Dwarka told NewsX that it was shocking news if there was the presence of such a scam.
“Delhi already lacks doctors,” said Bhagai, who advocated the fact that such corrupt practices should be eradicated.
Some doctors also raised questions about how corruption was thriving in Delhi despite assurances from CM Arvind Kejriwal.
The Indian Medical Association has been notified of this medical scam and it will soon be probing into the matter.
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