Rajasthan: To prove my innocence, wrote in a suicide note – my death may prove my innocence.

Jaipur | Rajasthan Dr. Archna Sharma : After the death of a patient in Dausa district of Rajasthan, the family members had registered a case in the police station. The family members said that their patient had died due to negligence in treatment. After the registration of the case, the woman doctor treating the patient was so hurt that she also committed suicide. Regarding this matter, the doctors demonstrated on Wednesday demanding action against the policemen concerned. While private hospitals and nursing homes remained closed in protest against this incident, doctors in Jaipur took out a protest march from Sawai Man Singh (SMS) Hospital to Statue Circle. A similar rally took place in Dausa as well.

I didn’t do anything wrong…

Rajasthan Dr. Archna Sharma : The victim’s female doctor wrote in the alleged suicide note that I did not commit any mistake… my death may prove my innocence. Please don’t disturb innocent doctors. Let us inform that a woman doctor had allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself on Tuesday in Lalsot town. According to the police, a case of negligence in treatment was registered against the doctor after the death of a pregnant woman at his private hospital on Monday. Due to this, the female doctor was upset.

CM Gehlot also reacted by tweeting

Rajasthan Dr. Archna Sharma : Seeing the matter getting bigger, state CM Ashok Gehlot has also condemned the incident. He has said that investigation is going on in the matter and the culprits will not be spared. CM Gehlot tweeted that the incident of Dr. Archana Sharma’s suicide in Dausa is very sad. We give God status to all doctors. Every doctor tries his best to save the life of the patient, but it is not justified to accuse the doctor as soon as any unfortunate incident happens. He said that if doctors will be intimidated like this, then how will they be able to do their work with confidence. We all should think that in the time of corona virus epidemic or other diseases, how can such treatment be done to the doctors who serve everyone by risking their lives.

Rohit Khosla

Rohit is a Senior Business Journalist at
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