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KMC Manipal once suspended Dr Khafeel of Ghorakhpur for malpractice

KMC Manipal once suspended Dr Khafeel of Ghorakhpur for malpractice


Mangalore Today News Network

Manipal, Aug 16, 2017: Dr Khafeel Ahmed Khan, the doctor of BRD Gorakhpur, who was in the  limelight as saviour of dying children initially and soon had a fall from grace due to allegations holding him responsible for the miserable death of scores of kids in the encephalitis ward of the hospital headed by him, shockingly exposed his past when he was rejected and suspended from KMC Manipal for malpractices.


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It has been found that Dr Khan was debarred from Kasturba Medical College, Manipal for six months in a criminal case. As per details available, Dr Khan had impersonated one Vijay Kumar in the National Board Examination for Medical Registration held in New Delhi and a probe in this regard had established the same, following which Dr Khan was debarred by the reputed Manipal University in 2009.

Soon, Dr Khan had moved Karnataka High Court, but before the proceedings could wind up the University had called back its order of suspension and thus Khan continued to study at the KMC.  Though a rape charge was also levelled against the same Dr Khan recently, the case too did not stand.  Dr Khan is the son in-law of former UP principal secretary Javeen Usman and it is said that the connection has been his shield for long.


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Mithun Rao M, Karwar Wed, August-16-2017, 2:11
The incident in Gorakpur has shocked many as not one or two but a total of 70 children have died due to the negligence of the medical team at hospital in UP
Amar Prabhu, Udupi Wed, August-16-2017, 12:21
First impression is them last impression.
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