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Friday, November 02, 2012 1:21:08 PM (IST)  

Abu Dhabi : Patient Murders Indian Doctor for Slow Treatment

Abu Dhabi, Nov 2 (Emirates 24X7) : An Indian doctor working at a private Abu Dhabi hospital was brutally murdered by his patient on Thursday evening in his hospital cabin.

Dr. Rajan Daniel, 62, urologist, was killed after his throat was slit by his Pakistani patient.

Staff at the Al Ahalia Hospital said they were shocked to see a man trying to leave the hospital with a knife in his hand and blood all over his body.

One of the hospital staff told Emirates 24l7 that the patient, Mohammed Abdul Jameel, 46, was undergoing treatment from the doctor for the last three months. “The incident occurred at around 6.30pm. The man entered the doctors cabin, locked the room from inside and immediately slit the doctor’s throat. He then simply walked out of the room, located on the fifth floor. Staff were shocked to see a man trying to leave the hospital with a knife in his hand. He was completely soaked in blood,” the staff said.

“The hospital staff managed to catch him on the first floor and immediately alerted the police. The doctor was found dead, lying on the floor in his cabin,” he added.

The Arabic language daily Alkhaleej said: “The patient has been to the hospital for treatment before....he came this time with a knife and stabbed the doctor in the neck and other parts of the body many times.” It said police arrested the killer while the hospital was shut briefly after the incident. The daily said that the patient was maddened by the slow treatment process.

The accused is an employee of a private company in Mussaffah, Abu Dhabi.

Dr Daniel who is from Trivandrum in Kerala, India has been working in the hospital since 2007. His wife Geeta George lives with him in the UAE. The doctor is also survived by his only daughter Junu.

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Comments on this article
Sunday, November 11, 2012


Marzook Mansoor, Abu Dhabi
Sunday, November 04, 2012

Now i am sure the patient will get a fast treatment

Joseph, Doha Qatar
Saturday, November 03, 2012

Ismail K Perinje, Perinje - Yanbu

Agree to a certain extent what you mentioned. May be you are quite right, although we still have to patiently wait and see what the outcome of the medical reports state .. further on - if it goes to prove that the Paki was / is insane and out of his senses .. then will the Sharia be binding? How will anyyone ever justify that the Paki is deliberately insane OR is pretending to be insane? In this case, will he still escape punishment as per the Sharia or will he altogether walk out scot free since it CAN'T be proved whether he is sane or insane. These are minute observations that you have to think ''out of the box'' and simultaneously project how things takes its own course. It is too early to comment on this .. let's keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best ... There is a sliver of hope - the only saving grace being that the law will certainly apply, albeit, with equal justice .... hopefully.

power, INDIA
Saturday, November 03, 2012

horrible...brain less country bruits pakistani's..hang them in main road

jithesh, india
Saturday, November 03, 2012

I request the uae government not to leave him. Punish him to death inch by inch. Give him a slow death as well.The only differnce between these people and animal is that, these people are walking on two limbs and animals on four limbs

rashid habib, abu dhabi
Saturday, November 03, 2012

The barbarism that is happening in the world today is the work of ignorant, bigoted people. We ask Almighty for giving strength to the family members of dr rajan the courage to bear the loss. As for the criminal he has punished his family without realising.

Aravind, dubai
Saturday, November 03, 2012

Indian Govt is busy in getting ready for forthcoming Election. After that, they may ask to send to India for enquiry and to provide company to Khasab who is enjoying royal treat now.

Dinesh Salian, Kudroli ,Mangalore
Saturday, November 03, 2012

Sad news. May his soul RIP. The Taliban are a voilent & crazy tribe.

Deepti, Mangalore
Saturday, November 03, 2012

Always have patience in everything and have the ability to control ur temper...then wait and watch u will gain prosper in evrything....

Jaimini P.B., Manipal,Sharjah
Friday, November 02, 2012

Did Indian Government react to this barbaric act? Four months back,15 members of Pakistani group killed Indian Shop Keeper in Sharjah for a very silly issue.Now doctor incident.Very bad.

john, udipi
Friday, November 02, 2012

all indiqns r safe on india and lots of jobs here/ all white collars come back and make india become developed. dont run after money. run after GOD//.//// to b peaceful and hapy in life.

Devi, Sullia, Dubai-UAE
Friday, November 02, 2012

It is a lesson to all hospitals, to gear up security, to avoid such incidents in future.

All Indian doctors/ doctors union should stop to treat Pakistani patients at least for a day, to protest against this incident.

This happened becaz of not good education in Pakistan.

May his soul rest in peace.

Friday, November 02, 2012

In any case, no human
being has any right by himself to take human life in retaliation or for
causing mischief on this earth. Therefore it is incumbent on every
human being that under no circumstances should he be guilty of
taking a human life. If anyone has murdered a human being, it is as if
he has slain the entire human race. These instructions have been
repeated in the Holy Quran in another place saying:

Do not kill a soul which Allah has made sacred except through the due
process of law ... (6:151) .
A human heart weeps feels sorry for the victim and looks down on the killer with contempt and hate.

mohammad, dubai
Friday, November 02, 2012

very bad indeed. a murder does not mean killing of a human but killing of the entire humanity. He has killed the entire humanity .May GOD give courage to the family of the urologist to overcome this great loss.

Abdul jaleel, Dubai/china
Friday, November 02, 2012

He bought shame to all of his fellow countymen.what a brutal attack.prayers to the doctors family.

Sachidanand Shetty, Mundkur/Dubai
Friday, November 02, 2012

This Pakistani did his cruel act at his will. But here in UAE this kind of cruelty dealt with severe punishment not less than death penalty. It is also notable that within short span of one or two years this culprit will face the firing squad without any remorse even from President of UAE too. Let us pray together for Late Dr Rajan’s soul to rest in peace and give full strength to his family to bear the loss

Friday, November 02, 2012


Paul, Mangalore/Dubai
Friday, November 02, 2012

Very shocking news.May his soul rest in peace & give strenght to his family for this loss.
I am sre someone had brain washed him badlly to take this step of mudering the docotor. even the person who brainwashed him should be punished.Should slit his(the culprits) throat in front of his family.

Lancelot N Tauro, Manglore - Doha Qatar
Friday, November 02, 2012

Patient no Patience turned to be criminal.
Now fast track judiciary in UAE will give fast treatment for parmanent departure from this soil.

MOHAN D.KUMAR, Nirmala Travels,Mangalore
Friday, November 02, 2012

70 percentage of Pakistanis are
uneducated, naturally they will behave like wild animal.

Dr S Kamath, Mumbai
Friday, November 02, 2012

May God give Peace to the soul of Dr R Daniel and Courage to the wife and Children of Slain Doctor to bear the Grief.Misinformation campaign by some Pakistani Doctor could be the reason for erratic behavior by the Pakistani

R.Bhandarkar., M
Friday, November 02, 2012

Looks like he developed a sudden 'leakage' in his brains too
n lost his balance...
Feel for the Doc's wife and daughter...No job is safe anywhere in the world nowadays....

Gejo Sreenivasan, India
Friday, November 02, 2012

Rajan Uncle, we will miss you a lot. You were so kind and loving. It is a complete shock for all of us here.

Riaz, Mangalore/ Abu Dhabi
Friday, November 02, 2012

Now i am sure the patient will get a fast treatment, mangaluru
Friday, November 02, 2012

very painful news, may god rest his soul in peace.ungreatful paki never ever trust them. he is not deserve to leave in this world kill him.

Vivian Rodrigues, Mangalore/Dubai
Friday, November 02, 2012

We have heard of 'biting the hand that feeds'. This is 'killing the hand that heals'. Sad, very sad.

Ethan Avidhan, Florida/ Mangalore
Friday, November 02, 2012

No Hanging in Abu- Dhabi it is the firing Squad in remote location no Sharia law will be able to control such human beings as they do not understand the consequence of their action

Amin Bhoja, Patte / Riyadh
Friday, November 02, 2012

A unbeliveable and a cruel incident.The patient if not satisfied with the present doctor he can check an alternate but by killing the doctor he himself done a crime and he will be killed too!.'May his soul rest in peace'

Friday, November 02, 2012

Very sad and unfortunate news indeed.May the soul rest in peace.Mentally(un) sound 'Paki' need to be hanged with same method.The verdict will be within a month or two and culprit,certainly hanged as per Sharia Law.

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