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Baliga Murder: Accused remanded to Police custody but want to stay at Private Hospital comforts?

Baliga Murder: Accused remanded to Police custody but want to stay at Private Hospital comforts?

Mangalore Today/ Narendra Nayak

Mangaluru,June 28: Now that the main accused in the Vinayaka Baliga murder case has been apprehended and in police custody for three days by the court, we have come to know through reliable sources that measures are afoot to see that he would be comfortably ensconced in a nursing home which has a reputation for looking well after such ’patients’ until he gets bail. He will be diagnosed with ‘renal failure’ or hepatitis at the govt. hospital, since that it is a statutory requirement. Following that it will be also certified that facilities for treating the same are not available in the hospital and the ‘patient’ will be shifted there to lead the rest of his time in judicial custody in comfort of a private nursing home. This has been the tactic used for a number of ‘eminent’ people including stamp paper scam tainted Telgi, Satyam Raju and many such others!

Naresh Shenoy ...

‘Fixing’ a laboratory for Hepatitis B or C positive reports naturally comes at a price! There are many ways of doing that while arranging for such a report is one option, replacing the specimen collected with that of another patient suffering from the particular disease in another one. When specimen come to a laboratory from outside it is just the signature of the referring clinician on the specimen container is taken as a certificate for the genuineness of the sample. If a container with a label and OP number of one patient is made ready in the transit between the specimen collection center and the analyzing laboratory any thing can happen and it does happen. With a pliant clinician and the custodians turning a blind eye one can conveniently make up a story of imminent hepatic failure!

Since ‘custodial interrogation’ means torture without leaving any physical marks, complaint can be made about torture and a ‘crush injury’ to muscles. This would involve invisible injuries to muscles and crushing them would cause release of myoglobin which would accumulate in the kidneys and cause renal failure! Well how do you supplement that with laboratory reports? You can either catch one which can be ‘fixed’ or really generate laboratory findings which look like it. The clue lies in blood and urine- each has no place with the other! With the patient giving a urine sample with a few drops of blood added surreptitiously and a few drops of urine added to the blood, we can have two reports complementing each other and clinching the diagnosis of renal failure. Of course this would need treatment and if the failure is severe enough dialysis! The govt. medical officer can certify that such facilities are not available in their establishment and recommend shifting the patient to a specialized private hospital! Once that is done the private hospital will see to it that the patient never improves or develops further ‘complications’ until bail is obtained! That is how many politicians facing grave charges manage to keep themselves out of prison.

Narendra Nayak...

Well I can predict the scenario here- the pliant jailor (of course the one at Mangalore district jail has a reputation of being quite elastic) refers the undertrial who complains of pain abdomen for medical treatment and the govt. medical officer generates a report of ‘renal failure’ requiring immediate dialysis and the ‘sick’ undertrial gets admitted to a private establishment where he can enjoy five star comforts along with his escorting police who will be also treated well. So, all are happy. How about the cause of justice? Like all other things that too can go to dogs!

Of course like all astrological predictions mine also good go wrong and I do hope I will be proved wrong. But, generating such reports can be challenged before a medical board, in service medical officers can be handled by the authorities and medical practitioners indulging in such unethical practices could lose their registration and medical establishments could lose their license too! So we do hope that a healthy young man who has been gallivanting all over the country for three months will not develop ‘medical complications’ suddenly once he gets apprehended. Wishing him the best of health!

Narendra Nayak

On behalf of Deshapremi Sanghatanegala Okkuta fighting for justice for Vinayak Baliga

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Comments on this Article
Lokesh, Udupi Tue, June-28-2016, 8:20

Maddiduunu Maraya..........

KrishnaMurthy, Mangalore Tue, June-28-2016, 8:06

By his face he never looks guilty of the crime.. Now making a drama of health problems ? Were you healthy when you gave supari for the murder This day was not far . hink before you harm others you too have family and they have to face the consequences for your mistake

Ananaya Bhat, mangalore Tue, June-28-2016, 7:57

Hats Off Nayak Sir .You are a gem and you stood against Naresh .Its because of you He is trapped in his tricks . Great Sir. He has to not be given any bail. Let him suffer in Jail all his life for his mistake

Shasikanth Achar, Adyar Tue, June-28-2016, 7:50

There shouldn’t be bail for such cases because they get an excuse and crimes.He has to go through the pain which the Baliga’s family has face din past months. The police have to not support the criminals because the trust on you what the public has to be kept never ditch them

Archana, Mumbai Tue, June-28-2016, 5:08

No excuse Mr. Naresh, you deserve for your crimes. If you wanted to enjoy the comforts of life why did you do so?......Leave others too have their life

Sushil Prabhu, mangalore Tue, June-28-2016, 5:05

Think all these days he was absconding now after being detained by police a new drama?

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