Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached out to doctors through his Mann Ki Baat radio address and said they were an essential part of society adept not only in treating ailments but also as friends and lifestyle guides to people.
The PM's comments in his Mann Ki Baat seemed intended to correct the impression that the medical community was being criticised as a whole. During his tour of London in April, the PM had said doctors often attended conferences abroad to promote pharma companies. He had also accused them earlier on the debate of generic vs branded medicines.
In his recent address, he said, "Indian doctors have carved a niche for themselves in the entire world through their capabilities and skills. Our doctors have gained recognition for their expertise in the medical field, hardworking attitude and the ability to solve complex medical problems."
Doctors on the other hand feel that even one negative public comment from his authority do them a great damage and such topics should be addressed only on the basis of scientific data and not as political statements.
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