Indore: A government doctor and his two
assistants, who have worked for 1,200 days without taking a
single leave and carried out around 2,700 post-mortem
procedures, will now figure in the Limca Book of Records.
"I had sent our claim to the Limca Book of Records
which has accepted it. This feat is expected to find a
place in the medical science section of the next edition of
Limca Book of Records", the head of Post-mortem department of
Govind Vallabh Pant District Hospital, Dr Bharat Vajpayee said.
"I along with my two assistants Santosh Banker and
Gopal Shinde have worked for 1,200 days since November 10,
2006 when the first autopsy was carried out in the post-mortem
departme6nt", the 50-year-old doctor said.
During these 1,200 days, 2,700 post-mortem were carried
out, Dr Vajpayee said adding that at times they had taken
permission from the Collector to do autopsy during night.
He said that post-mortem plays an important role in
medico-legal cases, and it can`t be delayed. "We have
a passion to work," he said.