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British Medical Journal (BMJ) Reports on Corruption In MCI, Calls For Complete Overhaul of World Medical Association (WMA) For Selecting Disgraced Dr. Ketan Desai as WMA President

In an unprecedented move exposing the deep-rooted corruption inside the Medical Council of India (MCI) and Indian Medical Association (IMA) that seemingly worked together to put Dr. Ketan Desai, perhaps the most notorious and corrupt doctor in Indian medical history, to the coveted post of president of World Medical Association (WMA), an unprecedented editorial published last week in the world-renowned “British Medical Journal” (BMJ) has called to remove Dr. Desai from WMA and asked for a complete overhaul of the world medical body (see BMJ editorial attached). PBT and other well-minded medical groups across the globe have long been fighting the reinstatement of disgraced Dr. Desai to the post of WMA president ever since a group of senior IMA leaders presented a blatantly false claim before the WMA that all charges against Dr. Desai have been dropped by the Indian government. But despite strong objection raised immediately by PBT that this was an absolutely false claim by IMA because the main CBI “trap” case against Dr. Desai for alleged bribery and corruption is waiting at the Patiala House Court in Delhi for criminal trial to begin. But WMA kept blind eyes to the objections by PBT and other medical groups and made Dr. Desai as their president last year anyway underscoring that medical corruption has probably reached far beyond the shores of India. The scathing editorial published in BMJ provides further corroboration to this notion that medical leaders in MCI/IMA are hands in gloves with some devious members of the world medical body who are trying desperately to restore the grossly tarnished image of criminally-indicted Dr. Ketan Desai.

BMJ Editorial (April, 2017)

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