The two-member committee ordered by the CM will comprise the Additional Chief Secretary of Medical Education Research, R P Chander, and Director of Kalpana Chawla Medical college, Surender Kashyap.
The committee has been asked to enquire into the alleged delay in providing ambulance service to Hukam Singh and submit its report to the government within a week, official sources said.
The CM has also ordered that anyone concerned in the matter be examined during enquiry including the Medical Superintendent of the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS) Rohtak, with reasonable opportunity given to all connected in the case.
Any evidence, oral or otherwise that had not been incorporated in an earlier enquiry report will be covered by the two-member committee, sources said.
The enquiry will also examine the role of MS of PGIMS, who had the prime responsibility to ensure all protocol, arrangement, ensuring that the ailing dignitary gets all services in time, sources said.
On February 26, the former Chief Minister of the State 89-year-old Hukam Singh passed away at a private hospital in Gurgaon, a day after being shifted from Rohtak.
He was admitted to PGIMS in Rohtak on February 12 for an ailment.
Two days after his death, Haryana Health minister Anil Vij had ordered a probe after the family of the ex-CM's alleged that they had to wait for more than three hours for an ambulance to shift the former CM to Medanta Hospital in Gurgaon from PGIMS Rohtak.
On March 10, Vij had recommended suspension of two senior doctors of PGIMS, Rohtak for failing to provide necessary services.

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