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Wigan rapist doctor Vibhor Garg 'not interested' in tribunal outcome

  • Dr. Garg, a former training fellow in orthopaedics, has been permanently banned from working in medicine after being found guilty of two counts of rape and perverting the course of justice. This decision was made by the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service panel, who stated that Garg's actions had undermined the trust of both patients and the public in the medical profession.
  • During the assault, Garg threatened his victim with scissors, gagged her, and attempted to tie her hands behind her back. After the incident, he repeatedly contacted her, threatening to release a recording of the rape and to kill himself if she did not withdraw her allegation.
  • Garg's employer, the Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, promptly reported him to the General Medical Council and dismissed him following the allegations. They stated that Garg was absent from work when the trust became aware of the situation and never returned.
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