Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Sharad Mohan Speaks



Hi All,

 

With temper flying so high, I wanted to be be little careful with the comments..First of all my total sympathy with the deceased family who lost the dear and precious member of the family..If it was due to negligence, culprits should be tried under the law of the land...

 

But what is happening is very disturbing, everyday the strike by the Junior docs makes us wonder, is this just their behaviour or something more? Like over worked, poor support infrastructure, and the most important is the lack of the process..for example the based on the news I read, after the death of the poor child, some of the family members asked for the death certificate or something to state the reason of the death from the junior doc and all the hell broke, should it not be the duty of the hospital management on providing the patients family the needed doc, should it not be part of the process and right of the individual, why should the communication happen between doc and the patient, what is the role of the hospital..docs are there just to provide service..

 

Similarily, all those docs who took law in their hand should be asked to do 5 years community service, like working in the municipal hospital or else their degree should be de-recognized..

 

Thirdly, the press, why do they have to enter the hospital venue to take picture's just to nail their own bihari doc...to support some one on the cost of others, was the permission etc taken from the management to enter the premises, what about the well being of the other patients or was privacy etc of women patient given respect? The problem here is not respecting the santitity of a premises or an institution? Problem is all round..It is hospital, paparazi type of journalism can create more prob...but that still does not support them being beaten by thoses alleged docs..

 

Fourthly, the Lawers's association took this as something personal, this shows how emotional and biased we can become..when it came on us we showed a very undemocratic way of passing resolution of not taking case for those 11 absconding docs..even at the highest emotional temper in USA after 9/11, the govt lawyer did took the case of those AL-QUIDA militants captured, as that is the basic right of the humanity, not guilty till proven...and by not taking the case our Lawyer federation has shown un-democratic and unconstitution trait...So how that is different from the docs who did so much harm to the PMCH and Bihar...

 

We all need to think...Once again we lost a dear little child and that is the state loss..May god give strength to the family....

 

Regards,

SHARAD

North Brunswick, NJ USA

 



Sincerely ,

SHARAD MOHAN

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1 comments:

Multisubj Yb TruthSeeker said...

Bihar's problems seem to stem more from high population growth.
Vivekananda had his own problems which were due to his overeating habits.
Vivekananda theory and practice

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