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Supreme Court imposed a fine of 10k on an Ayurveda doctor, claims petition for treatment of Covid-19

Gyanatara, who has a degree in Ayurvedic medicine and surgery (BAMS), had asked the court to order the Secretary, Government of India, Health Department to use his medicines for treatment of Covid-19.

Om Prakash Vaid Gyanatara of Haryana had filed a PIL in the Supreme Court, urging the Supreme Court that he had discovered the medicine for the treatment of Corona, his medicine should be used by all doctors and hospitals across the country.

Gyanatara, who holds a degree in Ayurvedic medicine and surgery (BAMS), had asked the court to order the Secretary, Government of India, Department of Health, to use the medicines made by him for the treatment of COVID-19.

Amidst growing cases of Coronavirus in the country, a doctor of Ayurveda has come to claim the treatment of coronavirus. The Supreme Court, while hearing a PIL on Friday, imposed a fine of Rs 10,000 on this doctor of Ayurveda.  On this, the Supreme Court said that the court believes that the information kept through the Public Interest Litigation of Gyanatara is completely wrong. It is necessary to get this message among the people that people should not file a PIL in the Supreme Court with such absurd things.

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