Friday, October 31, 2008

Sharma was not shot from behind!!
Prof. Dr. A.R.Undre- At a glance
Qualification: M.S (BOM), F.R.C.S. (EDIN), F.R.C.S. (ENG)
Experience: -
1. Resident House Surgeon in General Surgery from 28.11.1961 to 31.7.1962 at the J.J. Group of Teaching Hospitals Bombay 400 008.
2. Resident House Surgeon in Orthopedics from 1.8.1962 to 31.1.1963 at the J.J. Group of Hospital Bombay (Teaching Post)
3. Registrar in General Surgery from 1.2.1963 to 7.7.1965 at the J.J. Group of Hospital Bombay (Work Certified as excellent by the Dean)
4. Registrar in General Surgery from 1.2.1963 to 7.7.1965 at the Weymouth and District Hospital Weymouth Dorset U.K. Work Certified as (Excellent) by the Senior Consultant Surgeon.
5. Registrar in General Surgery for 1 year at Royal Victoria Hospital Bournemouth U.K. Work Certified as excellent by the Senior Consultant Surgeon).
6. Hon. Professor of Surgery Grant Medical College J.J. Hospital Bombay from 13.6.1970 to 4.12.1995(over 25 years).
Present Appointments: -
1. Hon Surgeon Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre Bombay, India.
2. Hon Surgeon Saifee Hospital, Bombay, India.
3. Hon Surgeon Lilavati Hospital and Research Centre Bombay India.
4. Hon Surgeon Habib Hospital, Bombay India.
5. Hon Surgeon Dr. L. H. Hiranandani Hospital Bombay India.
6. Consultant Surgeon Godrej Memorial Hospital Bombay India.
7. Professor of Surgery National Board Examination, New Delhi India.
Dr. A. R. Undre is a surgeon of exemplary caliber. He had a brilliant academic career. He was always a first class student bagging several prizes. In MBBS Degree Examination, he bagged the prestigious Berry Gold Medal in Pharmacology along with several prizes & scholarships. He stood first in Bombay University at the Master of Surgery Degree examinations and secured four gold medals in surgery & Prince of Wales Fellowship of Mumbai University. His hard work as surgical registrar in J. J. Hospital earned him excellent award from the dean. He then proceeded to England wherein he excelled as Registrar & procured the fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons of England as well as Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He returned to India after a period of three years to serve his fellow citizens. He served J. J. Group of Teaching Hospitals & was professor of surgery at Grant Medical College for over 25 years. During this period, he had the opportunity to operate several complicated cases. He has many innovative surgical techniques of his own to his credit. He wrote several articles in national & international journals. He participated in national & international symposiums & seminars.
Dear Aziz Burney,
Kindly note below my observation of the photo and the report you sent me.
1. How did Dr. Sanjeev Lalwani, associate professor of forensic medicine got suspicious of the cause of death. It appears already there was a talk of the unnatural death of Inspector Sharma and hence Dr. Lalwani did the postmortem in camera instead of clearing the controversies he has added to mystery.
2. It appears to be a cover up as no mention of organs injured or major vessels which were punctured.
3. Only Excessive bleeding is a vague explanation unless it mention the organ or the vessel injured for example excessive bleeding from spleen or major vessel like Aorta or its branches or venacava.
4. Furthermore trajectory of bullets from top to bottom means the assailant was on a higher place.
5. The photograph of Inspector Sharma walking with the help of two associates after the shoot out rule out any serious abdominal injury (second bullet injury) when the hand of the victim would go impulsively to the abdominal injury.
Withstanding the above points the postmortem instead of clarifying the cause of death raises serious question about whether Inspector Sharma died on site during encounter with alleged terrorist or elsewhere?

(Prof. Dr. A.R. Undre)

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