Dr. Rizwan speaks about facts in case against doc­tors

Pakistan Observer - - TWIN CITIES - STAFF RE­PORTER

IS­LAM­ABAD— Fur­ther to sus­pen­sion of or­der by the di­vi­sion bench of the Is­lam­abad High court against the judg­ment of sin­gle bench dated 27.04.2016, whereby a di­rec­tion was given to the po­lice au­thor­i­ties for reg­is­tra­tion of FIR against doc­tors of Is­lam­abad namely, Ma­jor ( R) Dr Rizwan Up­pal, Dr Naushaba and Dr Shamsa Rizwan by sin­gle bench of Jus­tice Shaukat Aziz Sid­diqi.

When our re­porter spoke to Dr. Rizwan Up­pal, he said the mat­ter is in IHC and he would­not say any­thing ex­tra. Few of the open facts are as fol­lows. Be­fore com­ing to IDC, the lady Arooj Nisasr wife of Ma­jor Raja Nisar Ahmed Khan, was al­ready un­der treat­ment in other Hos­pi­tals ( Ali Hos­pi­tal and Fam­ily Health Hos­pi­tal in I- 10, Is­lam­abad, where she was…

Di­ag­nosed by Dr Sara Gy­ne­col­o­gist to be a case or ‘ Re­puted Ec­topic Preg­nancy’. It was re­con­firmed by another Doc­tor Ra­di­ol­o­gist Dr Saa­dia, from same hos­pi­tal that she had ‘ Re­puted ec­topic preg­nancy’.

Dr Noshaba Ra­di­ol­o­gist was third doc­tor who did not men­tion rup­tured Ec­topic but raised sus­pi­cion of Ec­topic on ra­di­o­log­i­cal and clin­i­cal find­ings com­bined. The com­plainant never took any in­jec­tion as ad­vised se­cond Hos­pi­tal, ( Ali Hos­pi­tal).

There is no ad­vice by any doc­tor for any tablet al­legedly taken by com­plainant Arooj Nisar. In a re­view re­port by IDC on 26th, af­ter one week, her nor­mal preg­nancy was con­firmed by her preg­nancy en­zymes were raised.

Dr Rizwan nei­ther was her doc­tor nor ad­vised her any treat­ment and IDC and Dr Noshaba are a di­ag­nos­tic ser­vice provider and not a hos­pi­tal. The kind and sym­pa­thetic ap­proach ren­dered by Dr Rizwan and Dr Noshaba were se­cretly recorded by the lady, hid­ing the other treat­ments and pre­vi­ous record for this case from var­i­ous fo­rums, courts of law and IHC which speaks of her ill in­tent.

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