Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan slowed down the exchange of a doctor accused for contribution in a medial obtainment scam in September 2014. This was when State Health Minister Narottam Mishra had passed orders for transferring the doctors being referred to, S.N. Iyengar who is now Dean of G.R. Medicinal College in Gwalior. In the state the Vyapam scam was uncovered the nexus between the medicinal clique and the political class.
A record dated 23rd September 23, 2014 taking note of from the State Medical Education Department, signed by Principal Secretary Ajay Tirkey, observed that the transfer of Dr. Iyengar was slowed down after a telephone call received from the Chief Minister’s Office on 20th September 2014, suggesting that the request be rejected. The documents further provide information that bone cement which medical suppliers affirmed costs roughly Rs. 2,000 for a standard pack available, was bought by the hospital at the rate of Rs. 6,000 for each pack.
The Accountant’s Office General, in a classified letter to the Directorate of Medical Education dated 12th December 2014, expressed that the higher payments prompted over payment of Rs. 1,14, 59,220 to suppliers of the drug. Mr. Narottam Mishra told via telephone, w prescribe transfers and wipe out them as well. It is our entitlement to do as such thing. when asked to react for Dr. Iyengar’s transfer order reason, based on his own suggestion, has later been canceled. He additionally said if the medical authorities were discovered guilty throughout the inquiry, action would be made against them.