"Doctors cannot treat without touching patient": Kerala High Court refuses anticipatory bail to man who manhandled doctor for touching wife

The Court took a serious view of the incident and said that it would be difficult for a doctor to pursue his profession if a patient is aggrieved by the doctor touching him or her during clinical examination.
Justice A Badharudeen
Justice A Badharudeen

A man accused of manhandling a doctor for allegedly misbehaving with his wife while examining her at a hospital, was recently denied anticipatory bail by the Kerala High Court [Jamshid PV v State of Kerala].

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