Doctor writes prescription telling patients to follow Islam(photo)

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An investigation is ongoing into a doctor in India who has repeatedly advised her patients that practicing Islam would cure them.A series of allegations have been made against Dr Jameema Hayat, who is now being probed by the Prime Minister’s Office in India.

One bizarre prescription written by the senior doctor includes her dedication to Allah.

Dr Hayat’s strange recommendations while working at Mukta Prasad dispensary in Bikaner have prompted a number of warnings.

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Chief medical and health officer Dr Devendra Choudhary told the Hindustan Times: ‘We have been receiving these complaints for a long time.

‘We also warned her several times and issued notices to her but she refuses to listen to anybody.

‘We are conducting an inquiry in this matter and will conclude it very soon.Manish Singhal explained that Dr Hayat advised him to practice Islam rather than get medical treatment for his eight-year-old daughter with heat stroke.

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After the checkup, Dr Hayat began reciting Islam quotations, he said. He eventually took his daughter to another doctor where she was treated.

Dr Hayat has previously been transferred due to similar incidents.She worked at the district hospital in Bikaner, but the department received complaints and she was transferred to a community health centre in district’s sub-division Sridungargarh.

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