The report by a government panel states that over 3,600 patients with the faulty implants remain untraceable and that at least four deaths have been reported from those who underwent surgeries using these devices.
Almost all the FIRs mention that the encounters took place at night or early morning, and in several police say they spotted the men using torchlight, and claim to have carried out "aatmaraksharth (self-defence)", "nyuntam (minimum)" firing.
The Indian Express accessed over 90 articles published by Trivedi and found similar claims in all. He also claims to have developed “Trivedi Water”, which is listed on Amazon but is “currently unavailable”.
Fake Science part-II: Most of these journals exist online and are operated by companies based across the city, including the posh Banjara Hills, but flaunt addresses from abroad on their websites, mostly in the US and UK.
No one is checking the implants for safety; technicians often double up as surgeons; shame and stigma prevent patients from reporting the gruesome aftermath of what has gone wrong, an investigation by The Indian Express has found.
Since January 2010, for the last three and a half years that BJP and Janta Dal (United) were together in power, there were 226 “communal incidents” across Bihar – incidents where Hindus and Muslims, the two largest religious groups in he state, were pitted against each other. Each incident was recorded by the local police […]