In Un­safe Hands

India Today - - MAIL -

Nurses with fake cer­tifi­cates from non- ex­is­tent nurs­ing schools, com­bined with the re­cent spate of reve­la­tions about sweep­ers and other un­qual­i­fied staff ad­min­is­ter­ing in­jec­tions and medicines, makes one ex­tremely wary of hos­pi­tals (“De­grees of Guilt”, July 23). Our ail­ing econ­omy will prob­a­bly soon be able to kiss the med­i­cal tourism sec­tor good­bye if such in­ci­dents continue. RIDHIMA KHANNA, Chandi­garh When reg­u­la­tory bod­ies in charge of crit­i­cal pro­fes­sions can fall into the trap of cor­rup­tion, bribery and lazy bu­reau­cracy, what hope can those re­lated to mere pol­i­tics have in our na­tion? Such cases of ne­glect and greed have surely pushed our ad­min­is­tra­tive of­fi­cers to a new rock bot­tom. AYUSHEE BHARD­WAJ, Jaipur

PU­RUSHOT­TAM DIWAKAR/ www. in­di­a­to­day­im­ages. com

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