According to the police, the three doctors were the first to enter Tadvi’s room after her body was taken away and are likely to have destroyed the original note and may have also tried to damage the phone.
On Thursday, while referring to certain documents submitted by the Mumbai Police, Justice Sadhana Jadhav asked Special Public Prosecutor Raja Thakare if they had informed the Maharashtra Medical Council about the incident.
Hema Ahuja, Bhakti Mehare and Ankita Khandelwal, postgraduate students of gynaecology course at TN Topiwala National Medical College, have been in custody since they were arrested last month on charges of ragging and caste-based harassment which purportedly led Tadvi to commit suicide on May 22.
The Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission (MSHRC) has issued show-cause notices to five doctors of BYL Nair Hospital, including the three final year gynaecology students arrested for alleged abetment to the suicide of 26-year-old medical student Dr Payal Tadvi, asking why action should not be taken against them in connection to the case. Notices were […]