LAHORE - Heavily relying on CCTV footages, doctors statements and witnesses account, the four member enquiry committee headed by Commissioner Lahore division Khusro Pervaiz Khan has given a clean chit to Chief Ministers security staff and Children Hospital management, relieving them from the responsibility of death of a new born baby during VVIP movement. Newborn baby of Omar Farooq resident of Gujranwala died on September 13 during CMs visit to the Children Hospital. The grieved family alleged that detailed checking and impediments by security personnel caused delay in treatment that led to the death of newborn baby. CM constituted a four-member committee headed by Commissioner Lahore Khusro Pervaiz Khan to probe the incident and submit report within three days. The other members include Special Secretary (Dev) Health Department Waseem Mukhtar, Prof of Paediatrics AIMC Dr Tariq Bhatti and Medical Superintendent Mayo Hospital Dr Zahid Pervaiz. The committee members viewed the CCTV footages, visited the Nursery, examined record at reception, recorded statements of eye witnesses and interviewed persons related to the incident. According to the findings of the committee, the treatment of newborn was conducted timely well before the arrival of CM in the hospital. No delay has been observed in provision of treatment to the newborn babies of Omar Farooq and other patients attending the hospital. The CCTV footages show that Omar Farooq and accompanying lady carrying twins were not hindered by the hospital staff. The newborn babies were properly attended and treated by the doctors and staff on duty at the Nursery. Omar Farooq is not seen complaining to anyone in the CCTV footages during the treatment. The conduct and demeanour of Omar Farooq depicted in the CCTV footages show that his complaint regarding delay in treatment to his newborn babies is an afterthought, the committee stated in the enquiry report submitted to the CM. The report further reads the new born twins were premature and brought from Okara to Children Hospital without observing protocol regarding transport of such babies. As premature babies are very fragile, they must be transported in an ambulance having facilities such as oxygen and a special temperature control incubator. Moreover, medical personnel well versed with resuscitation of newborn must accompany the patient during transportation. Resul-tantly, one of the babies was received in Emergency in severe cyanosed condition.