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The villagers and resident have allegation that every day 4 to 5 ambulance comes to the trust with around 30 people and after 2 months out of those 30 people only 4-5 people only survives and rest of them just dies. They also say that sometimes the trust doesn’t bother to get any death certificate and even if they do they get it in bulk like they get the death certificate of all those 20 people at once irrespective of their death date.

This itself gives chills how on earth these many people get admitted and why they are not given proper treatment? It is as if they are waiting like vultures for these people to die. It also raises the question that they could have killed the admitted people in this Illam because they prefer to intake the orphan, mentally challenged and very old people in their Illam.

This organization/Trust/Illam has links with Astro International which buys the human bones for approximately $8000 to $10000. The demand for human bones in international market is high especially for research purpose. There is no proper record of people admitted in these organization and the people buried.

This organization was also there in Dindgul district of Tamilnadu and in 2011 this organization was questioned by the social welfare officer for it’s irregularities. The irregularities that were noticed by the social welfare officer was as follows: –

The Illam says that it has buried 1600 people using same technique but my question is in reality it could be more than 3000. The bone market has very huge demands for details you can read about this in this link: https://www.wired.com/2007/11/ff…

Doctors registered and practising in India cannot associate themselves and advertise a particular medicine, brand, treatment or product. Doctors cannot receive gifts and/or money from pharmaceutical companies in lieu of promotion or advertising. Nor can doctors feature in advertisements and promote their practise and/or medicines, brands, treatments or products.

Yes, doctors can feature in interviews to give information or educate the people regarding public health aspects or general health measures, but it has to be in a manner without promoting their medical practice or enticing patients to consult them.

EDIT: Many people have been telling me that Sensodyne using real dentists to promote their product is a good thing as they are using real doctors. Let me clarify it here. It is not a good thing. I repeat, IT IS NOT A GOOD THING. Sensodyne using real dentists makes people expect that real doctors should appear in ads and TV commercial and promote products as they would be more trustworthy. They are making use of the fact that most people are unaware of a particular law. According to the law, which I have posted above, it is against the medical code of ethics for doctors to endorse products, or appear in tv commercials. THAT IS THE JOB OF ACTORS AND MODELS, NOT DOCTORS AND HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS. Doctors if caught endorsing brands or products on tv, lose their medical license. It happened with Dr. Shriram Lagoo, who endorsed Dabur Chyavanprash. And here I’m posting 2 photos where a dentist promoting SENSODYNE is involved.

The villagers and resident have allegation that every day 4 to 5 ambulance comes to the trust with around 30 people and after 2 months out of those 30 people only 4-5 people only survives and rest of them just dies. They also say that sometimes the trust doesn’t bother to get any death certificate and even if they do they get it in bulk like they get the death certificate of all those 20 people at once irrespective of their death date.

This itself gives chills how on earth these many people get admitted and why they are not given proper treatment? It is as if they are waiting like vultures for these people to die. It also raises the question that they could have killed the admitted people in this Illam because they prefer to intake the orphan, mentally challenged and very old people in their Illam.

This organization/Trust/Illam has links with Astro International which buys the human bones for approximately $8000 to $10000. The demand for human bones in international market is high especially for research purpose. There is no proper record of people admitted in these organization and the people buried.

This organization was also there in Dindgul district of Tamilnadu and in 2011 this organization was questioned by the social welfare officer for it’s irregularities. The irregularities that were noticed by the social welfare officer was as follows: –

The Illam says that it has buried 1600 people using same technique but my question is in reality it could be more than 3000. The bone market has very huge demands for details you can read about this in this link: https://www.wired.com/2007/11/ff…

Doctors registered and practising in India cannot associate themselves and advertise a particular medicine, brand, treatment or product. Doctors cannot receive gifts and/or money from pharmaceutical companies in lieu of promotion or advertising. Nor can doctors feature in advertisements and promote their practise and/or medicines, brands, treatments or products.

Yes, doctors can feature in interviews to give information or educate the people regarding public health aspects or general health measures, but it has to be in a manner without promoting their medical practice or enticing patients to consult them.

EDIT: Many people have been telling me that Sensodyne using real dentists to promote their product is a good thing as they are using real doctors. Let me clarify it here. It is not a good thing. I repeat, IT IS NOT A GOOD THING. Sensodyne using real dentists makes people expect that real doctors should appear in ads and TV commercial and promote products as they would be more trustworthy. They are making use of the fact that most people are unaware of a particular law. According to the law, which I have posted above, it is against the medical code of ethics for doctors to endorse products, or appear in tv commercials. THAT IS THE JOB OF ACTORS AND MODELS, NOT DOCTORS AND HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS. Doctors if caught endorsing brands or products on tv, lose their medical license. It happened with Dr. Shriram Lagoo, who endorsed Dabur Chyavanprash. And here I’m posting 2 photos where a dentist promoting SENSODYNE is involved.