Gorakhpur: Days after pictures of Dr Kafeel Khan breaking into tears in his mother’s arms moved Twitterati, another son is eagerly waiting to see his father for the past seven months. A trail court is set to hear the bail plea of his 58-year-old father on Wednesday. Recalling the fateful day, Tushar Kumar Rain blames himself for the misery of his father, Dr Satish Kumar, who along with Khan, Dr Rajiv Misra and six others were arrested in connection with the death of nearly 70 children due to lack of oxygen at the Gorakhpur’s BRD Medical College last August. Rain narrates that it was his convocation at IIT Mumbai when he pestered his parents to attend the event. Kumar, who was the head of BRD hospital’s anesthesia department, took leave from the medical college and left for his son’s convocation along with his wife. As soon as the doctor arrived at his son’s college, reports of children’s death due to lack of oxygen started doing the rounds. Kumar immediately rushed back and resumed work the next day. However, a five-member team headed by district magistrate named the 58-year-old doctor in its report for “not discharging his duties” despite being in-charge… Read full this story
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