Crime Branch issues lookout notice against UNA office bearers

Earlier, the Crime Branch had probed the allegation but could not find evidence to suggest financial fraud was committed by the accused.

Published: 05th September 2019 02:48 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th September 2019 02:48 PM   |  A+A-

Dr P K Mohammed Rasheed, president of Kerala Private Hospitals Association (KPHA), said only emergency services could be undertaken at the hospitals from Monday due to the strike.

Nurses affiliated to United Nurses Association (UNA) staging a protest at High Court Junction, Kochi (File | EPS)

By Express News Service

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Crime Branch has issued a lookout notice against the United Nurses Association national president Jasmin Sha and three other office bearers in an alleged financial misappropriation case.

The look out notices that came in various newspapers allege that the accused have been hiding in various places and information regarding them can be conveyed to the police officers.

The allegation of financial misappropriation is being probed by a special team on the directive of the High Court. Earlier, the Crime Branch had probed the allegation but could not find evidences to suggest financial fraud was committed by the accused.

Meanwhile, Sha said he has not gone into hiding. He said the newly constituted special team has not asked him to turn up for questioning.

UNA is an umbrella organisation of nurses working in the private sector. UNA has been spearheading the agitations for better pay and working conditions for nurses across the state.

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