The former head Dr Surinder Pal has been suspended for allegedly molesting a lady doctorThe Delhi government has appointed a new medical superintendent for Babu Jagjivan Ram Memorial (BJRM) hospital where a female employee accused the former head for allegedly molesting and abusing her in the hospital. Dr Pratibha Nanda from Sanjay Gandhi Memorial hospital (SGMH) will be heading the hospital replacing Dr Surinder Pal whose suspension orders will be released on Thursday.
The Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal approved and issued transfer posting of few IAS officers, hence filling the vacant posts lying in the government. The bureaucratic set-up in Delhi government once again witnessed some major changes as new faces entered the Delhi Secretariat. The Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal approved and issued transfer posting of few IAS officers, hence filling the vacant posts lying in the government.
Move comes after govt hints at financial irregularities being carried out by senior officials at the DJBDelhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will take over the Delhi Jal Board (DJB), an important part of the Water Ministry of the Delhi government. The decision was taken late night on Saturday where Kejriwal met the Delhi Water Minister Rajendar Pal Gautam. The official announcement will come out early this week. The water minister himself confirmed the development.
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