Month: September 2015

The Most Notorious Doctor, Ketan Desai, Should Not Be The Best Indian Medical Man To Head World Medical Association (WMA) – Question Raised By PBT President

The British Medical Journal (BMJ) recently reported that charges were dropped by the CBI court in Lucknow against the disgraced ex-MCI president, Dr. Ketan Desai. The BMJ article (carried by PBT) also reported that despite Dr. Desai’s several criminal indictments and a grossly tarnished background, the World Medical Association (WMA) recently decided to select Dr. …

Indian Healthcare Scandal Goes Global: British Medical Journal (BMJ) Reports On Ketan Desai’s Unexpected Acquittal By Lucknow CBI Court

Top international medical journal from United Kingdom, British Medical Journal (BMJ), reported the news of sudden dismissal of all charges against disgraced ex-MCI president, Dr. Ketan Desai, by the magistrate at the CBI court in Lucknow earlier in the week (see the BMJ article below). The charges for “cheating” and “conspiracy” against Desai was dropped …

Lucknow Trial Court Drops CBI Charges Against Dr. Ketan Desai On Technical Ground Of “Sanction” While The Main “Trap” Case For “Bribery” Still Pending In Delhi

In what appears to be a lackluster performance by the CBI prosecutors, a special court in Lucknow allowed disgraced ex-MCI president, Dr. Ketan Desai’s application for his removal from criminal charges for “cheating” and “conspiracy” on a purely technical ground that no “sanction” (under section 197 CrPC) was obtained from the authority by the CBI …

Supreme Court Grants “Liberty” To Move High Court Seeking Justice Against Selection Of Dr. Ketan Desai As World Medical Association (WMA) President

After hearing arguments for the PIL filed by PBT against the deliberate and sinister promotion of disgraced ex-MCI president, Dr. Ketan Desai, to the prestigious post of WMA president-elect, division bench headed by the Chief Justice in Supreme Court of India (SC) granted permission to approach the High Court seeking appropriate reliefs for removal of …

Calcutta High Court Allows Appeal Against “Bangabibhusan” Award To The Negligent Doctor Responsible For Anuradha Saha’s Death By Mamata Banerjee’s Government In West Bengal

Calcutta High Court (HC) division bench of Justices Mr. Girish Chandra Ghosh and Mr. Shib Sadhan Sadhu has set aside single-bench judgment and allowed an appeal filed by PBT president, Dr. Kunal Saha, challenging the fraudulent and wrongful selection of Dr. Sukumar Mukherjee for the prestigious Bangabibhusan award in medicine in 2014 by the Mamata …

British Medical Journal (BMJ) Exposes Unethical Revenue Targets From Innocent Patients By Indian Private Hospitals, Highlights PBT’s Battle Against Medical Corruption

The British Medical Journal (BMJ), one of the top international medical journal, published a report yesterday showing glaringly “unethical” practice by private hospitals in India to make huge financial profit by forcing doctors to order needless diagnostic tests and surgical procedures in order to extract money from the defenseless patients. While unethical practice by many …