When the employee protested, Vyawahare said, “I told you, write ‘aromatic,’” before tearing the report up and throwing it in the face of the employee. The employee told me that the presence of insecticide could indicate that the deceased was a farmer who had committed suicide.
Besides these charges, there were reportedly 17 serious allegations against [Vyawahare] in terms of changing the post-mortem reports. The fifth complaint listed in an inquiry report constituted by the GMC after a state-wide strike by doctors in 2015 reads:“Department Head Dr. M. S. Vyawahare, though he is not present in person during the post-mortem, compels [one] to forcibly make changes in PM report, and if this is not done, hurls verbal abuses in front of everybody.”
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