CDM doctors, nurses arrested for unofficial medical treatment to terrorists in Loikaw

According to the report of the local people who want to live in peace in Loikaw, Kayah State, it was learned that unofficial medical treatment was being provided to the injured persons and patients from the terrorist organizations at Christ the King Cathedral in Naungyar (B) ward in Loikaw.
A joint team consisting of officials from the local battalion, the administration body, and the healthcare department inspected the church on the morning of 22 November and found an illegal clinic named “Garuna” in the church. A total of 13 members of the church, including the acting bishop, 13 sisters, four doctors, four nurses and 10 nursing aides were found with 48 patients – 20 males, 21 females and seven COVID-19 patients. The clinic was also found equipped with an operation room, and a total of 14 unlicensed motorcars were found in the church compound.
According to the initial statement of the arrested doctors and nurses, two doctors and four nurses participated in the CDM campaign in February 2021, and 10 nursing aides were from the Loikaw Public Hospital who volunteered in the clinic without involving in the CDM campaign. As the doctors and nurses who were involved in the CDM campaign were found charged under Section 505 (A) in March, actions will be taken against them under the law.
All 48 patients were systematically handed over to the Loikaw People’s Hospital for medical treatment, it is reported. — MNA

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