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UP: Ambulance used to transport liquor, Russian belly dancers entertain guests at doctors' alumni meet - watch video
In a shocking incident, ambulances of a state-run medical college located in UP's Meerut city, were used for transporting liquor while belly dancers from Russia were invited to entertain guests at the alumni meet of doctors, according to a report published in The Times of India.
This shameful incident was reported from the state-run Lala Lajpat Rai Medical College on Monday, where alcohol was served inside the college premises.

In the video, a Russian dancer can be seen performing belly dance on the stage inside the medical college.

According to sources, the silver jubilee function had been organised in the medical college by the old school association where several eminent doctors from the 1992 batch were also present.

As per the report, a security guard has been caught in connection with the incident while the college principal hastily ordered a departmental probe into the case.

Talking about this awful incident, Vinay Agarwal, principal (incharge) said, "I got to know about it in the evening and I am yet to hear from the organisers. We are yet not clear if ambulances of the institute or some other private hospital were deployed for the purpose. We will get to the bottom of this."

"I got to know that Russian Belly dancers were called and liquor was stored in an ambulance van, it is absolutely wrong, it should not have happened at a state run medical college. Inquiry has been ordered into the incident," Rajkumar, CMO, Meerut was quoted as saying by ANI.

This incident comes as a rude shock in a country where ambulance facility is severely lacking. Earlier this month, a 14-year-old girl had died in Tamil Nadu due to kidney failure as there was no ambulance to shift her to a Chennai hospital. It was only after seven hours after the intervention of district collector that an ambulance was arranged, however, the girl died on her way to the hospital.

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