In This Video, Dr Anil Bansal, Chairman Anti Quackery Cell of Delhi, Medical Council will explain the Rajiv end law judgment. In 2016, Delhi high court gave a landmark judgment. This judgment was little confusing for bureaucrats, politicians and Ayurvedic practitioners as there were many notifications that they can practice modern system of medicine. Delhi high court after a series of discussion gave the judgment that cross-pathy is not allowed. The high court has clearly explained the Dr. Mukhtiyar Chand case in detail. The person who is registered in Medical Council of India or State Medical Council can practice modern system of medicine. If the person is registered in different pathy such as Ayurved, Homoepathy, etc. should practice their own system of medicine.
Dr Anil Bansal is a Chairman Anti Quackery Cell of New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) and Joint Secretary Finance Indian Medical Association National & Convenor Anti Quackery Cell of IMA. He was the president of Delhi Mdical Association which is the largest NGO of Delhi in Medical field.
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