PBT Sends Legal Notice To World Medical Association (WMA) For Promoting Dr. Ketan Desai

A legal notice was sent to World Medical Association (WMA) president, Dr. Margaret Mungherera from Uganda, on behalf of PBT by a law firm in Ohio for not taking any action to remove disgraced ex-MCI chief, Dr. Ketan Desai, from the post of president-elect (see below).  Using his sinister influence, Dr. Desai managed to grab the post of WMA president-elect in 2009 when he was also holding the lucrative post of MCI president.   But after Dr. Desai was caught red-handed by CBI while taking bribe from a private medical college in 2010, WMA eventually suspended his post of president-elect under enormous pressure from PBT and other groups.  But on October 19, 2013, WMA reinstated Dr. Desai to his post of president-elect because, as WMA claimed, all charges against Dr. Desai had been withdrawn by CBI.


After PBT president, Dr. Kunal Saha, wrote to CBI, it was informed that the information that all charges against Dr. Desai was withdrawn by CBI is nothing but an “eye wash”.  In fact, CBI court in Saket website still shows that the criminal case against Dr. Desai is pending.  After PBT brought this huge blunder to the attention of WMA president, Dr. Mungherera,  and their head office in Paris and urged WMA to reinstate the ban against Dr. Desai, WMA has remained absolutely silent.  The legal notice sent to the WMA president gives her two weeks time to admit their mistake and remove Dr. Desai from the post of president-elect after which a lawsuit may be filed against this international medical body before an appropriate authority.

WMA Legal Notice (Nov. 25, 2013) Ketan Desai case