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Nepal has it’s own magnificiently built hospitals. You know, those kinda of hospitals where the rooms are well ventilated, equipped with built in Air Conditioners, well lit bulbs, floors made up of tiles and marbles and the multi-storied buildings.Sad that those hospitals are only for the rich.

Has anyone wondered why thousands of homeless and ill people are dying each day here ? Is it because of fate ? Or is it because those people were destined to die ? Or is it because they were reckless towards their life and all the crap.

Nah, that’s all crap. It’s because the health-officers in Nepal have sworn an oath to make money. They are more money minded than service minded.Ask a kid, ” What does a doctor do ? “

“A doctor saves lives.” This would be the impromptu answer.

Ask the same question to me.
I’d say, ” My eyes have become so blind that they have been unable to find a single doctor who’s willing to earnestly treat and help people in pain, in deep agnoitising pain – a pain which says , ” Please help me. I’m about to die .”

If you get a severe cut in your hand and are severely bleeding. And you go to the pharmacy and ask for some dettol and a bandage. He/she would ask for money first. And incase if you don’t have the cash with you, the pharmacist would watch you bleed to death.(Has happened with me thrice.)

Oh, and here’s another interesting fact.Till date, 1568 people have died of the COVID-19 in Nepal, apparently. But, do you really think those people really died because of the virus itself ?

They died because they were unfed.They died because they were helpless, poor and destitute.They died because the so called doctors and medical personelles in Nepal weren’t selfless enough to treat the poor, too.

As sad and as astonishing it may sound, this is the truth.If I were to have an accident tomorrow and end up breaking my legs and arms and even my head, I’d die alone in the street.It’s because the hospitals in Nepal won’t admit me lest I pay them the illicit sum of money.

In Nepal, the HYPOCRATIC OATH is a myth.

–Kuldeep Keshari


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