l Make stringent laws to provide seamless health & medical services in the country.
l Put blanket ban on private practice by government doctors
l Make it mandatory for a doctor to serve in rural India for five years as part of their degree accreditation
Taking a call on the most important public issue concerning ailing health service and call for restructuring the medicare architecture and medico legal cover to meaker and rural population, a case advocated by prominent social activist Sukesh c.Khajuria,Prime Minister’s office (PMO) has called for action.
The complaint made by Sukesh C.Khajuria, an eminent social activist and ex- member of prominent citizens Advisory Committee constituted by the J&K Govt to Prime Minister Narendra DamodarDas Modi regarding state of health and medical services in the country has been received and acknowledged by the Prime Minister’s office and forwarded to Deputy Secretary of the Union health and family welfare ministry for necessary action.
Sukesh.C.Khajuria has been informed that his complaint has been sent to Devesh Deval, Deputy secretary in the concerned health and family welfare ministry for necessary action. Khajuria has made an appeal to PM to look into the important public issue and make stringent laws to provide seamless health & medical services in the country.
Saying that emboldened by valued thoughts of PM in periodical “MANN KI BATT” and Hanuman Chalisa’s Choupai, “Durgaam Kaj Jagat Ke Jete Sugam Anugraha Tumhre Tete”, Khajuria pointed out at the recent strike by doctors of Maharashtra and its fallout on the public healthcare system.
He said “fundamentally, doctors have a professional obligation to put the interests of their patients first, they put these last”. He said that doctors need to follow the professional ethics by serving the people. He further said that because of the acts of a few irresponsible people of attacking doctors, it was not right to deny the poor their right to the medical facilities because one wrong can never be cure for another wrong.