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MCI Secretary withdraws resignation

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NEW DELHI: Medical Council of India Secretary Sangeeta Sharma has withdrawn her resignation, just two weeks after she put in her papers following “harsh treatment,” while Anshuman Darbari, newly appointed Deputy Secretary has quit his post.

Both developments took place on Monday.

“Personal reasons”

Mr. Darbari, who was appointed in April, cited “personal reasons,” and said there were no professional problems.

Board assurance

On the other hand, Dr. Sharma, who had quit on June 14 to protest against the “repeated indecent and rough behaviour” by K.K. Talwar, Chairman of the MCI Board of Governors, said she was withdrawing her resignation after the entire Board assured her of a healthy work environment.

Dr. Sharma was quoted as saying she respected the sentiments of the Board, which wanted to resolve the matter amicably.

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