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Indian doctors wish to come home from Ebola-hit Nigeria

India Blooms News Service | 13 Aug 2014, 06:24 pm
New Delhi, Aug 13 (IBNS): Four Indian doctors wrote to the Indian government appealing to facilitate their return from Ebola-hit Nigeria, media reports said.

The doctors claimed they were forced to treat Ebola patients against their will as their passports had been taken away by the Abuja-based private hospital Primus.

The hospital authorities, however, denied the charge.

According to reports, the Indian High Commission in Nigeria is now in touch with the doctors and the hospital authorities.

Indian doctors wish to come home from Ebola-hit Nigeria

India Blooms News Service
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