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Health worker woman in Buxar ate dozens of sleep bullets: Steps taken due to forcibly vacating government housing, DPM has also been accused of sexual abuse in the past

Health worker woman in Buxar ate dozens of sleep bullets: Steps taken due to forcibly vacating government housing, DPM has also been accused of sexual abuse in the past

July 22nd 2022, 5:58 am
Amitesh Kumar
A female health worker, who accused Santosh Kumar, former DPM Santosh Kumar of the Health Department in the district, allegedly consumed dozens of sleeping bullets due to mental depression when he was allegedly forcibly evacuated from the hospital, due to which her condition is very serious. happened. He was admitted to Sadar Hospital in unconsciousness. Dr. Shyam Babu Rajak said that due to excessive stress, the condition had worsened due to excessive sleeping pills. At present, the female worker has regained consciousness and his condition is out of danger. In the victim, the victim has said that she is being constantly being persecuted since the incident of sexual abuse by DPM Santosh Kumar in the past. He is constantly being pressurized to leave the government residence in the hospital premises and go somewhere else. The woman health worker cited the manual that she could live in the residential building in her office, despite her one was not heard. Not only this, when she tried to get a house on rent, a worker reached there and reached DPM But stating about the allegations made by him, he wrongly depicted his character, due to which he did not find a house there either. The extent was reached when on Thursday O Dal Bal, the officials forcibly tried to vacate their house, in such a situation, they took such a step. The victim says that the transfer of former DPM Santosh Kumar may be Patna from here But, he continues to pressurize him from there. Santosh Kumar is also behind forcibly removing him from the residence in Sadar Hospital. Not only this, Santosh Kumar can kill him at any time. In this case, it is also very unsafe for him to leave the hospital premises and go somewhere else. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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