LAHORE - The Jinnah Hospital management has shelved the newborn baby's abduction case by recruiting his (baby's) father Muhammad Nadeem as ward boy in the hospital, and the latter has accepted the job offer, but with reservations. The victim father has reportedly been advised to postpone his efforts to press the hospital management for the recovery of his kidnapped baby as he has been recruited as ward boy in compensation of his lost child. When this scribe contacted Nadeem, abducted baby's father to know whether or not he was happy with hospital managements' decision, he said he had accepted the job offer, but also wanted recovery of his new born baby. He said he lost his job at Urdu Bazar printing press while hotly perusing the case of his baby's recovery, and had accepted the job in hospital in lieu of his previous job. Nadeem further said that he was under pressure from hospital management not to pursue the case.  Medical Superintendent Jinnah Hospital Dr. Zahid Pervaiz, however, said that recovery of the baby was the responsibility of the police, and what the hospital administration could do at the most was to provide the victim a job as compensation. He also denied that hospital administration was pressuring Nadeem to withdraw the case. Earlier, on December 29, 2007, Muhammad Nadeem, the Johar Town resident, got admitted his wife Fauzia to Jinnah Hospital who gave birth to a baby boy on the same day. The newborn baby was kidnapped 72 hours after his birth on January 2 at about 3pm from the hospital's Neonatal Unit. The incident of the baby's abduction then got attention of the high ups involving the then CM as well as the Minister Health. The Garden Town police had registered a case on the same day. Following the incident, the hospital management suspended two lady doctors, four staff nurses and a helper on the recommendations of a five-member inquiry committee of senior doctors, but no punitive action was taken was taken later on. The committee was headed by a professor of gyne Dr. Shahida Sheikh. Dr. Dure Hira, Dr. Maria, four nurses, Shagufta Malik, Zahida Abdullah, Tahira Yousaf, Bushrah and a helper, Shamim were amongst those who were suspended by the Medical Superintendent Jinnah Hospital Dr. Zahid Pervez. The committee had held these doctors and staff nurses responsible for their negligence which lead to the incident of the newborn baby's abduction. As many as 42 doctors, nurses, paramedics, ward boys, maids and security officials were interrogated by the committee. The hospital management had recruited the poor father Muhammad Nadeem in the hospital when he put up immense pressure on the management to recover his kidnapped baby and threatened to go to the high ups in this regard.   It is learnt that Muhammad Nadeem was employee in a printing press shop in Urdu Bazar, Lahore. He had lost his job when he devoted all his time for the recovery of his abducted son at the cost of his job. It is learnt that after providing Nadeem a job in the hospital, the administration never contacted the Garden Town police to ask about investigations regarding the recovery of the baby.