Advocates rubbish misleading media reports against the Board of Alternative Medicine of India and its officials without any empirical evidence.

Advocates rubbish misleading media reports against the Board of Alternative Medicine of India and its officials without any empirical evidence.

Kolkata: Advocate Sankar Naskar Publishing misleading and factually inaccurate reports in a section of the media without any empirical evidence Alternative medicine board of india, And its officers, Dr. Suresh Kumar Aggarwal And Chandan Aggarwal.

Legal opinion with attachments to court orders and government notifications Can be seen Here.

Alternative medicine board of india Was a legislative body duly constituted under the Government of West Bengal Act XXVI of 1961 on the basis of the Central Government Act XXI of 1860 and the Literary and Scientific Institutions Act of 1854.

Alternative medicine board of india Courses in alternative systems of medicine were conducted, and its activities were appreciated and appreciated by many dignitaries and institutions, President of India; Vice President of India; Prime minister; central minister; The governor; Chief Minister; state Minister; Noble Laureates; International organizations like United Nations, WHO, UNESCO etc.

Medical Council of India / West Bengal Medical Council Letter to Indian Board of Alternative Medicines

Alternative systems of medicine are not covered by the syllabus Medical Council of India / West Bengal Medical CouncilModern (allopathic) medicines for the regulatory body, his letter no. MCI-34 (1) / 96-MED / 10984. Therefore, the Board of Alternative Medicine of India did not require any approval or recognition from the Medical Council of India / West Bengal Medical Council to conduct courses in alternative medicine.

Furthermore, according to the teaching and practice of alternative medicine in India can be done Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India Sr. No. V 25011/276/2009-HR dated May 5, 2010; Supreme Court of India In the case of SLP 23572-2009, and Calcutta High Court 546 of 1988 case.

despite the fact that Alternative medicine board of india No approval or affiliation was required West Bengal Medical Council, As it was only conducting courses in alternative systems of medicine and not modern (allopathic) medicines, the Government Council on 25 May 2017 filed a complaint alleging that several institutions in West Bengal, including Indian The Board of Alternative Medicine and its courses and certifications provided, are forged because they are not listed in the Council Register.

Subsequently, a section of the media, without any empirical evidence, published some misleading information, stating Alternative medicine board of india There was a fake institution, forged seals were used, several lakh fake certificates were issued that the officer, Drs. Suresh Kumar Agarwal and Chandan Agarwal were running from law, etc., which were factually incorrect and devoid of substance.

Alternative medicine board of india Was a legally constituted institution, offering courses in alternative systems of medicine and providing its own credentials therein. It did not require the approval of the West Bengal Medical Council in the first place. After registering the complaint, the IBAM officials were contacted Calcutta High Court For Citing the FIR Proceedings number 1971/2017 was canceled.

To expedite the hearing of the case and to take a quick decision, Drs. Agarwal and Chandan Agarwal contacted Honorable Supreme Court in New Delhi, Which was pleased to pass an order of diary number on 28 August 2017 24565/2017Instructing the Calcutta High Court to hear the matter. However, within a week, he was detained in New Delhi on 6 September 2017, before the Calcutta High Court could also complete its hearing and give a verdict on the quashing case filed by the Board of Alternative Medicine of India.

Therefore, the question of counterfeiting of the Indian Board of Alternative Medicine, or its law-abiding officers while they were actually in the midst of following legal procedures, does not arise.

Further, none of the allegations in the complaint apply to the Board of Alternative Medicine of India or its officers.

In lieu of the above facts, advocate Shankar Naskar rubbished and debunked misleading and factually inaccurate reports published in a section of the media irrespective of the facts and circumstances of the case and without any empirical evidence, which led to the Indian Board’s reputation Was harmed. Alternative Medicine, and its officials, Dr. Suresh Kumar Aggarwal And Chandan Aggarwal.

Legal opinion with attachments to court orders and government notifications Can be seen Here.

Disclaimer: This article has been produced by the MediaWire team on behalf of the Board of Alternative Medicine of India.

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