Srinagar: In response to the vigilant directives of Secretary Health and Medical Education, Dr. Syed Abid Rashid Shah, health authorities in Kashmir have taken decisive action against fraudulent medical practices.
It was uncovered that an individual, posing as a doctor, was operating in three different districts across the valley, namely Anantnag, Srinagar, and Ganderbal.
Acting promptly on Secretary Health’s orders, health authorities have sealed all three clinics and initiated thorough inquiries in accordance with relevant laws.
The proactive measures taken by the Health Department, particularly under the guidance of Secretary Health, have garnered widespread appreciation from the public.
The news about the fake doctor had gained traction on social media, prompting swift action to safeguard public health and maintain the integrity of medical professionals.
Secretary Health emphasized the importance of keeping a vigilant eye on unscrupulous individuals tarnishing the image of the medical community and exploiting unsuspecting people.
“We are committed to upholding the highest standards in healthcare. Swift action against such malpractices is essential to protect the trust and well-being of our citizens,” stated Secretary Health, reinforcing the dedication to maintaining the credibility of the medical profession.
The Health Department urges the public to remain vigilant and report any suspicious medical practices to the authorities, ensuring a collective effort to preserve the integrity of the healthcare system.