Dr Prana Das
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Operation Jasmine: Review into alleged care home abuse

An independent review is to be held to learn lessons from a case of alleged abuse at care homes in south Wales, First Minister Carwyn Jones has announced.

It comes after the UK's biggest inquiry into alleged neglect in six homes - Operation Jasmine - which cost £11.6m.

Two were owned by Dr Prana Das, who once owned 25 homes in south Wales.

The case collapsed after he suffered a brain injury and could not stand trial.

Paul Heaney reports.

  • 04 Dec 2013
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