April 17, 2024

India Bar Association issue cease and desist notice to WHO chief scientist


The following document is a copy of the notice issued by the Indian Bar Association (IBA) to Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, Chief Scientist for India of the World Health Organization (WHO). The notice was made public on May 26, 2021.

According to the notice, Dr. Swaminathan has ignored the extensive studies carried out by the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) and the British Ivermectin Recommendation Development (BIRD) showing the effectiveness of Ivermectin in the prevention and treatment of COVID-19. They add that Dr. Swaminathan has “deliberately suppressed the data regarding the effectiveness of the drug Ivermectin, with an intent to dissuade the people of India” from using the drug.

The IBA said it was necessary to issue this notice in order to stop Dr. Swaminathan from “causing further damage to the life of citizens of this country [India]’. IBA says that this notice is a part of a legal action they intend to pursue against Dr. Swaminathan and the WHO.

The IBA action came after the Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) and the All India Institute of Medical Scientists (AIIMS) refused to follow Dr. Swaminathan’s recommendation and retained a “May Do” policy for patients with mild symptoms and those in home isolation.

Editor’s Note: This shows us that if we only ask the health experts, a different narrative about COVID-19 will emerge. It also drives home the reality that the WHO is a marketing arm for vaccines and Big Pharma products, not an organization dedicated to improving overall health.

As more and more health experts are speaking out about the effectiveness of Ivermectin, the WHO is scrambling to cover its tracks.

Consider this: On May 7, 2021, WHO published an article about Uttar Pradesh, one of the most populated states in India, discussing the “extraordinary” measures taken by the government as the reason for the rapid drop in cases in the state.[1]https://www.who.int/india/news/feature-stories/detail/uttar-pradesh-going-the-last-mile-to-stop-covid-19 The report, however, neglected to mention that Ivermectin is included in the medicine kit issued to citizens in the state. In fact, several Indian states have authorized the use of Ivermectin for prophylaxis, despite the official WHO recommendation cautioning the use of the drug.[2]https://www.deccanherald.com/national/west/whos-opinion-on-ivermectin-is-flawed-goa-govt-to-bombay-hc-991100.html and … Continue reading

Inspired by the success of other states, the City of Mumbai filed a court action asking the Mumbai High Court to direct the central government to file an “affidavit based on public interest litigation that calls for Ivermectin and Vitamin D as a prophylactic regimen in the national COVID-19 protocol”.[3]https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/spotlight/cloudnine-one-of-indias-premium-birthing-centers/articleshow/81269422.cms This is a major development. If India makes an official recommendation to include Ivermectin in national prophylactic and treatment regimens for COVID-19, and the deaths and cases in the country remain low, then the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of COVID vaccines will need to be revoked.

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