Doctor’s Written Prescription Paper Goes Viral, Drug Names Written in Hindi Instead of English News WAALI

Prescription paper written by doctor went viral, drug names written in Hindi instead of English

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Madhya Pradesh: There are approximately 193 countries in the world. Each country has its own tradition, culture and language. Everyone loves their mother tongue. Often people go to countries like Germany, Russia to study or work, for which they are forced to learn the language there. Many people love languages ​​so much that they enjoy learning different languages. There are also many people in the world who know 5 languages ​​simultaneously. English, the most widely spoken language in the world, has been on the rise in India, but amidst all this, some people are campaigning to save their mother tongue. A picture of him on social media Viral (viral picture) event

Usually, when you go to a doctor for a checkup, he writes the names of the drugs in English on the prescription paper. Most doctors’ letters are so strange that only a pharmacist or his colleague can read or understand them. Currently, a photo of a doctor’s prescription paper has gone viral on social media. In which he wrote the names of drugs in Hindi language instead of English language.

Here is the viral photo

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This incident happened in Madhya Pradesh. The name of the physician who wrote this prescription is Dr. Sarvesh. He completed his MBBS in 2017 from Devi Ahilya University, Indore. He has been working at the Kotor Primary Health Center since 2019.

In Madhya Pradesh, MBBS studies have currently been initiated in Hindi. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj and Indian Home Minister Amit Shah were present in the announcement program. This doctor was watching the same program. He was inspired by the speech of the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj said in his speech that an effort should be made to write the names of drugs in Hindi even in government hospitals. Just inspired by that, this doctor started writing the name of the medicine in Hindi. He first wrote Sri Hari and also wrote the names of medicines in Hindi. Which is currently making the buzz on social networks.


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