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So true …
We live in a country where you can easily have services of a qualified doctor at midnight in Rs. 200 but you can’t have services of a plumber or electrician at night for the same amount.
We live in a country where a hospital is ransacked if one seriously ill patient dies unexpectedly but nothing happens when thousands die because of hunger, poverty, and malnutrition every year.
We live in a country where patients are in extreme hurry while in a hospital but their patience is unmatched when they are in a court of law where their cases linger for generations.
We live in a country where doctors are called “cheaters” when they ask even for a reasonable fee but corrupt bureaucrats and politicians are treated as celebrities despite siphoning off millions of tax-payers hard earned money.
We live in a country where people generously spend lacs in celebrating the birth of a male child but feel cheated while paying 4-5 thousand to the hospital that conducted safe delivery of the same child.
We live in a country where no hotel will offer you its air-conditioned room in Rs.1500 for one whole day but many hospitals will offer you a bed in its air-conditioned ICU with medicines, investigations, nursing care, and a doctor whom you can thrash in case something goes wrong in Rs. 1500 (Thanks to schemes like RSBY).
We live in a country where a mob disappears in minutes when they are requested to donate blood for their loved ones but they appear in nano-second when their beloved patient dies in the hospital to abuse or beat the staff.
*Think twice before criticizing your doctor*