Erode: Tamil Nadu People Welfare Minister M. Subramanian said that the 4 hospitals involved in the Erode based 16 year old female child Egg taking and selling case have been likely to permanently closes hospitals of Erode Sudha Hospital, Salem Sudha Hospital, Perundurai Ram Prasad Hospital, Hosur Vijay Hospital.
He gave this information while talking to reporters in Thenampettai, Chennai.
He also said, “It was reported that eggs were taken from a 16-year-old girl and sold commercially to artificial insemination centers in Erode, Salem and Hosur areas. Following this, a high-level investigation team was formed under the chairmanship of Joint Director Viswanathan on the advice of the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.
According to the report submitted by them, various flaws have been found in the investigation. It is revealed that the girl’s real name and age have been kept under wraps.
Similarly, it is also known that the girl’s family contracted the girl for egg donation. The pros and cons should be explained to the donor before taking the eggs. But these details were not told to the girl.
It is a shocking information that the eggs of the Chinese have been taken many times. From that one girl alone, they have taken eggs several times a month. It is revealed that the 6 hospitals involved misused the Aadhaar card even though they knew it was fake.
Based on the investigation, it has been found that 6 hospitals namely Erode Sudha Hospital, Salem Sudha Hospital, Perundurai Ram Prasad Hospital, Hosur Vijay Hospital and Thiruvananthapuram Sri Krishna,Tirupati Mathrutva Hospital have violated various sections of the Tamil Nadu Medical Act,” said M. Subramanian.
“All the documents requested by the investigating officers were not duly provided by the hospitals. Therefore, as per the court order, it is recommended to take disciplinary action against the concerned doctors by the Tamil Nadu Medical Council.
Recommendations are sent through the Departmental Secretary to the respective State Governments to take action on the two hospitals outside Tamil Nadu.
That is, within 15 days from today, the inpatients in the above mentioned four hospitals will be transferred immediately and then the department will take steps to permanently close the hospitals according to the legal regulations.
The accused face a maximum penalty of up to 50 lakh rupees under the ARD Act and 10 years in jail. The Joint Director has been directed to take legal action to bring maximum punishment to the concerned hospital management and doctors.
Artificial insemination centers in Tamilnadu should work with duty, humanity and humanity.
Medical service is huge. “Hospitals should realize that this is not a business, it is not a money-making business,” Minister M. Subramaniam said.