Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Friday, August 21, ordered an inquiry into the incident the set a senior govt doctor in Mysuru committed suicide allegedly attributable to mounting work stress.
43-year-frail Dr SR Nagendra used to be found striking at his quarters in Alanahalli on Thursday, in accordance to the police picture. He used to be the Taluk Health Officer and used to be on the forefront in combating the coronavirus outbreak.
In step with The Scroll, the Karnataka Teach Clinical Doctors Affiliation has threatened to streak on a strike if those to blame for the incident are no longer suspended.
“Dr SR Nagendra has acknowledged he used to be committing suicide as he used to be pissed off attributable to the harassment by his superiors,” acknowledged Yediyurappa, whereas addressing the media.
“I might describe a detailed inquiry into the topic to get out the truth on the back of the incident. Generally Rs 30 lakh is given to the docs who die in line of accountability but fervent about this as a definite case, Rs 50 lakh might be given [to his family] and I truly have also made up our minds to offer a govt job to someone of the family.”
Reviews have highlighted that he used to be faraway from his family for the grief of transmission of the virus and a few of his colleagues alleged that he used to be below intense work stress as he had been on COVID-19 accountability.
Mourning his loss of life, affirm Clinical Training Minister Dr Satisfactory Sudhakar also informed the corona warriors no longer to succumb to any stress and portion their considerations with their superiors.