Silencing Indian Media About Actual Number Of People Died From COVID-19 In India: International Medical Journal, JCMI, Publishes Eye-opening Article By PBT President

Major international media including Washington Post and BBC as well as top international medical journals including Lancet and British Medical Journal (BMJ) have long been reporting that the number of people died due to COVID-19 in India has been grossly undercounted by the Indian authorities as the real number of people died due to COVID-19 in India could be more than 10 times than the number accepted by the Indian health department. Even the Amnesty International, a global humanitarian society, has recently echoed the same concern that many countries with dictatorial leaderships and even some democratic countries have largely suppressed the media for political purposes to spread misinformation and disinformation about COVID-19 pandemic including giving false number of deaths from this ongoing pandemic. PBT also raised the question of actual number of death from COVID-19 to the Indian Center of Medical Research (ICMR) in view of the published reports from international organizations but received no response from the top governmental authority responsible to control COVID-19. Journal of Clinical and Medical Images (JCMI) published an eye-opening article this week on role of the media and highly controversial number of deaths from COVID-19 as officially declared by the Indian government. This article was written by PBT president and a medical viro-immunologist, Dr. Kunal Saha, who has been fighting to cleanse healthcare corruption and helping victims of medical negligence in India for the past more than two decades ever since his wife and a child psychologist, Anuradha Saha, died to to gross medical negligence by several so-called “eminent” doctors in Kolkata including Dr. Sukumar Mukherjee who is still holding top post in West Bengal healthcare despite Supreme Court of India dubbing him so bad as “unbecoming of a doctor” in the highest ever medical negligence case in Indian medico-legal history. The article published in JCMI on January 10, 2022 is pasted below and it can also be accessed at: https://www.clinandmedimages.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/JCMI-v6-1499.pdf

JCMI Article (Jan 10, 2021) COVID Death in India