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JNIMS Scam: Irregularities, Malpratice and Coruption likely to ruin good image

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Imphal, July 11: Chief Minister N. Biren Singh’s commitment to wipe out corruption from the soil of the state is likely to become a mere joke as massive irregularitiesm, Malpractice and alleged corruption that has been taking place at state run Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Sciences (JNIMS) went unnotice. The past couple of month media reports showed about poor patients being treated at the hospital “free of cost” at the hospital at the expenses of the hospital. The service get applauses from many quarters but till now the hospital authority had not announced the total cost expend to these poor patients. The question that has been gurgling around is that – is the authority at JNIMS particularly the Director getting some benefit in the name of providing treatment to poor patients who can’t afford the treatment. Everybody knows that the expenditure for treatment of these poor patients do not directly come from the Director’s pocket. The JNIMS was set up in the year 2009 and the Medical Council of India officially granted Letter of Permission to admit MBBS students in July 2010. The JNIMS is run by a society with the Chief Minister of Manipur as its President. A highly reliable source said that the present director of JNIMS, Dr.L. Deben Singh is completing his term on July 15 this year. The source added that he has been pushing hard to some relatives of the Chief Minister for extension of his service for another 6 months as Director of JNIMS. As per source with the Imphal Times, the regularization of Dr. L. Deben Singh as Professor in the Department of Physiology, JNIMS was completely against the recommendation of 21st Governor Council meeting resolution. The GC meeting did not recommend for retrospective regulation but by misusing his position he issued an order contrary to the GC meeting resolution . Dr. Deben also withdrawn a sum of Rs. 8 lakhs in the form of arrear from JNIMS exchequer, the source added. There are also various irregularities committed by Dr. L. Deben Singh which we at the Imphal Times will publish it one after another.

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Imphal Times is a daily English newspaper published in Imphal and is registered with Registrar of the Newspapers for India with Regd. No MANENG/2013/51092


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