Nurses in a hospital in Odisha were seen dancing in a video that was recorded in the Tik Tok app. The video has landed them in legal trouble as the medical officer has ordered a probe.
Malkangiri: Tik Tok video shot inside a hospital in Odisha hospital lands nurses in trouble as administration orders probe into the matter. The medical officer has also issued a show cause notice to the nurses, who are seen dancing in the video.
Some #TikTok videos of a group of nurses dancing in #Malkangiri district headquarters #Hospital inside Sick and New Born Care Unit in #Odisha have gone #viral, prompting the administration to inquire into the matter. pic.twitter.com/uRZT6C05lc— AH Siddiqui (@anwar0262) June 26, 2019
The Tik Tok video, which was recorded inside Sick and New Born Care Unit (SNCU), has created a storm. Chief district medical officer, Ajit Kumar Mohanty, has decided to take the matter legally and hold them responsible for medical negligence.
“They (nurses) will be given show-cause notice and 24-48 hours to submit their reply to this. The department will take action against them,” said Mohanty.
The video has gone viral and even reached the health minister Nabakishore Das, who has also sought details regarding the issue.
"I have asked for a report from the department. They will investigate the matter. After I get a report from the department, I'll take appropriate action as per law," said minister Das, as reported by ANI.
The videos were shot inside the hospital premises. A video even showed a nurse holding a baby. This has met with criticism from Twitterati, who said that this was another reason why Tik Tok should be banned.
#nursestiktok Nurses at govt. hospital Malkangiri Odisha recorded tik tok videos on duty & left patients on mercy of God. Urgent action needed to curb such action by nurses while on duty. pic.twitter.com/5bINy6UzNO— satyendra soni (@soni_saty) June 27, 2019
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Last Updated 28, Jun 2019, 12:14 PM