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Here's what a concerned Rahul Gandhi wrote to Dr Kafeel Khan

PTI
Published Jun 15, 2018, 9:44 pm IST
Updated Jun 15, 2018, 9:44 pm IST
In letter to Dr Kafeel Khan, Rahul Gandhi said attack on his brother Kashif Jameel exemplified the law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh.
Congress president Rahul Gandhi demanded a probe into the 'laxity' in the case, Uttar Pradesh Congress spokesman Amarnath Agarwal said today. (Photo: File | ANI)
 Congress president Rahul Gandhi demanded a probe into the 'laxity' in the case, Uttar Pradesh Congress spokesman Amarnath Agarwal said today. (Photo: File | ANI)

New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi has expressed concern over a recent attack on the brother of Kafeel Khan, the Gorakhpur doctor who was jailed after the death of over 60 children at a government hospital last year.

In a letter to the paediatrician, who is now on bail, Rahul Gandhi said the attack on his brother Kashif Jameel exemplified the law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh.

 

Jameel was shot at in Gorakhpur on Sunday night and is now admitted at the King George Medical University trauma centre in Lucknow.

Rahul Gandhi demanded a probe into the "laxity" in the case, Uttar Pradesh Congress spokesman Amarnath Agarwal said today.

Amarnath Agarwal said the Congress president has praised doctor Kafeel Khan for not compromising on his self-respect despite the hardships caused by the state government's "vindictive attitude".

Rahul Gandhi's letter said the doctor's patience was a source of inspiration for the common people.

Doctor Kafeel Khan on Thursday met UP's Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order) Anand Kumar and told him of the "laxity" of police officers in Gorakhpur.

There were allegations that the police delayed Jameel's treatment.

Jameel was shot at by three unidentified miscreants. Some reports suggested that the cause was a property dispute.

Three bullets hit Jameel in the neck, chin and arm.

Doctor Kafeel Khan was arrested after several children died at Gorakhpur's BRD Hospital allegedly due to a shortage of oxygen cylinders.

His family had claimed that the doctor was being made a scapegoat in the case.

On his release on bail, Kafeel Khan offered to help out Kerala government to deal with an outbreak of the Nipah virus.

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