After the Naiks' tussle with the hospital management and police authorities failed to produce results, they have pinned their hopes on the general public by putting up posters outside the medical institute.
The four notices narrate the account of a mother suffering in the absence of her child.
When these posters surfaced the first time, the hospital authorities got them removed and also informed the police. But the family felt this was a sign of the institute management trying to protect its own interests, and so the announcements have reappeared.
no consent has been given from our end. It is compulsory to take permission from BMC for exhibiting any kind of banners or hoardings over the roads. If these posters are still up, we will have them removed."
"The management is more concerned about the banners than the delay in installation of CCTV cameras, which can help prevent such tragedies in future. We have not taken authorisation from any authority, as according to my knowledge, only display of political posters requires permission of BMC. We had put up the notices, which were then removed by the hospital management. So, we put up the announcements again after informing them," said Abhishek Mhapankar, Jasmine's brother.
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