VGH strongly de­nies al­le­ga­tions made against Di­rec­tor Ram Tu­mu­luri

Malta Independent - - NEWS -

VGH has cat­e­gor­i­cally de­nied “all al­le­ga­tions of wrong­do­ing fea­tured in the me­dia in the past weeks, namely those against its di­rec­tor Ram Tu­mu­luri”.

Th­ese re­late specif­i­cally to al­le­ga­tions that Mr Tu­mu­luri is wanted or is be­ing in­ves­ti­gated for fraud or of pend­ing cases in re­la­tion to past busi­ness ven­tures.

In a state­ment, VGH said it reg­u­larly car­ries out due dili­gence in­ves­ti­ga­tions on all its ex­ec­u­tives and di­rec­tors. To date, all due dili­gence car­ried out on Mr Tu­mu­luri has been clean, and con­tains none of the afore­men­tioned al­le­ga­tions.

It is VGH’s stand­point that be­fore any al­le­ga­tions are lev­elled in pub­lic, fact check­ing and ba­sic due dili­gence rules should be ob­served – rather than re­peat­ing un­sub­stan­ti­ated ac­cu­sa­tions from ques­tion­able sources lead­ing to rep­u­ta­tional dam­age for peo­ple and or­ga­ni­za­tions, the state­ment said..

Mr Tu­mu­luri will con­tinue to play a piv­otal role as di­rec­tor of the or­ga­ni­za­tion, con­tribut­ing to VGH’s con­tin­ued growth and suc­cess in the world of health de­liv­ery.

VGH re­mains fo­cused on the task at hand; that of im­prov­ing health­care de­liv­ery for the ben­e­fit of all the peo­ple of Malta and Gozo, and now con­sid­ers this chap­ter closed.

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