The administration of the Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) in Aurangabad has deployed security personnel to accompany women medicos from the hostel to the wards, following an attempt to kidnap one of them.Two unidentified suspects allegedly attempted to kidnap a 25-year-old woman medico as she walked from her hostel to the super-specialty ward on Thursday morning. As soon as she sounded the alarm, however, they fled.Hospital superintendent Suresh Harbade stated, aNight visits have been increased and streetlights have been repaired to ensure the protection of female medical personnel. Police have been asked to maintain a presence and conduct patrols on the GMCH property.aThe doctor told the Begumpura police that two young men attempted to drag her into the shrubbery while brandishing a sharp-edged weapon. Only after she began pleading for help did the pair become panicked and flee the scene. The incident left the resident physicians stunned. Senior police authorities and GMCH administration officials held marathon meetings to increase security at the hospital and address the issues of street lights and clearing of bushes.The security audit found that the boundary walls of the GMCH are broken on different sides, allowing easy access and exit for anyone without a check.Despite repeated attempts, Begumpura police station Sachin Sanap could not be reached for comment. Some resident physicians have even faulted the police for failing to control antisocial elements in the vicinity of the GMCH.
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