New Delhi: After Bulandshahr and Ballia, two more incidents of class 4 employees posing as doctors in Uttar Pradesh have come to light in Meerut and Kushinagar.
This time the Chief Medical Officer's driver was caught on camera administering saline drips to patients in the district government hospital in Kushinagar on Wednesday.
The man, identified as Rajendra, was treating patients in emergency and general wards. However, the CMO claimed ignorance of the incident and has promised a probe.
In Meerut, a ward boy was caught on camera carrying out a post-mortem in a government hospital.
The state Health Minister, though, insisted that doctors are always present during all post-mortems. He said a probe would be ordered to get to the bottom of the matter.