Hyderabad: HRDA urges Assembly Speaker to remove Grameena Vaidhyulu from records
Hyderabad: The Healthcare Reforms Doctors Association (HRDA) has requested the Assembly loudspeaker P Srinivas Reddy to remove the parole “Grameena/RMP-PMP Vaidhyulu” from records of the Assembly and also permission to enter or do something something communicated between people to all the members not to function the parole doctors to place where a person or organization can be found the unregistered/fake medical practitioners.
The HRDA brought to the advance notification of the Speaker that the Government of Telangana had issued GO 428 on June 29, 2015 which clearly states that “13. However, the Community Paramedics shall not call themselves as Doctors.” Inspite of this clause, many Legislative Assembly and Council members are addressing unregistered practitioners/fake doctors, as GrameenaVaidhyulu in the Assembly speeches.
HRDA chief executive of a republic K Mahesh Kumar said that such speeches were misleading the average or ordinary or usual not private to debate them as meeting the standards and requirements doctors in crook, who were misusing by prescribing scheduled medicines, abortions deteriorating not private health. Moreover, the said depicted object of grooming to unregistered practitioners/fake doctors was in the purview of the High Court in WP(PIL) Nos 286 of 2017 and 2 of 2023. The Supreme Court, in its fashionable judgement in Civil Appeals in SLP(C) Nos. 32592-32593 of 2015 as oil as TC (C) No. 24 of 2018 and TC (C) No. 25 of 2018, scrapped The Assam Rural Health Regulatory Authority Act, 2004, which is for Rural Health precaution and their pattern in areas.