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Kutupalong IFRC hospital chief suspended

    16 January, 2018 12:00 AM printer

Cox’s Bazar: Team leader of International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent (IFRC) field hospital at Ghundhum has been suspended for misbehaving with two upazila nirbahi officers, reports UNB.

Nuran Hinggs, an Australian citizen, also left the country early Monday as directed by the authorities concerned, said additional deputy commissioner (Revenue) Mahidur Rahman.

He said Ukhia UNO M Nikaruzzaman and Naikkhonchhari UNO in Bandarban SM Sarwar Kamal went to the IFRC hospital on Saturday to look into a fire incident at a transit camp of UNHCR at Kutupalong that left four Rohingyas dead.

However, Nuran Hinggs did not allow the government officials to enter the hospital. She also allegedly misbehaved with them.

Later, the Foreign Ministry asked the IFRC to take action against the team leader of the hospital.