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Petition: Fighting against corruption and for promotion of better healthcare

President: Dr. Kunal Saha
HIV/AIDS Research Center
Columbus, Ohio, USA

Tel: 001-614-893-6772
E-mail: anku1@earthlink.net
Secretary: Mr. Malay Ganguly
Head office: 2A, Rakhal Mukherjee Rd.
Kolkata 700025, INDIA
Tel: (91) 9038083120/9931983670

MEMORANDUM TO

1. Hon’ble Madam President
Union Govt. of India
Rashtrapati Bhavan
New Delhi 110004
2. Hon’ble Chief Justice of India (CJI)
Supreme Court of India
Tilak Marg
New Delhi 110001

Hon’ble Madam President and Hon’ble Chief Justice of India:

We, members/supporters of PBT and conscientious citizens of India, draw your kind attention and seek your urgent intervention to the grave injustices that may have immense significance on “medical negligence” and healthcare delivery system in India:

  1. To stop Dr. Ketan Desai, ex-president of Medical Council of India (MCI), from getting back at the helm of the MCI. Dr. Desai was caught red-handed last year by the CBI while taking bribes from a private medical college.  While free on bail, Dr. Desai has already returned to the Gujarat University Senate on his way back to the MCI using his cronies and corrupt practices
  2. To expedite the laggard pace of investigation of Dr. Ketan Desai and his cronies at MCI by the CBI. The CBI allowed Dr. Desai to escape after his conviction by the Delhi High Court in 2001
  3. To find out the root of corruption inside the Supreme Court of India. Two Supreme Court Registry employees were arrested by the CBI on February 10, 2009 for taking bribes allegedly for listing of Anuradha Saha case but the investigation has been stalled since then to find out the root of this corruption inside the Apex Court
  4. To stop the endless delay and bring justice in the Anuradha Saha death case. On 7th August, 2009, Supreme Court of India held four to Kolkata doctors and     AMRI Hospital guilty for Anuradha’s death and directed the National Consumer Commission (NCDRC) to decide the “quantum of compensation” within 6 months but more than 18 months later, the highest compensation case in Indian medico-legal history is still languishing in court
  5. To investigate the State Medical Councils which have been shielding their errant medical colleagues without caring for the lives of the hapless patients