(Ram Bharose Ka Ilaj )
"Remedies for Ram Bharose" The book "Diary of Nithalle" written by Parsai Ji, which directly and accurately satirizes the activities happening in the society. In this chapter, he has sharply satirized the governance system of the country and said that there is no rule of grace in governance, but there is definitely a punishment without any check and balance or stops. At the same time, the bribe will always get you in a state of peace because the person would always eat bread who just believes in shouting.
It is a privilege for him to have that bread. To raise the bread for two times, one has to sweat the blood again, then obviously he will have to beg to get his rights, he will have to go round the government offices because he has eaten bread or has not drunk blood.
Outline of hospitals in which filling a form is necessary for the patient to be admitted. In which the information giving process asks for spending more time than necessary. Whether or not the patient will survive is another matter for him. Not only this, but the facility of doctors is also sitting in categories, if that person is poor, then it is not so important to get him admitted.
Even if he dies, what will happen to someone? where is the value of his life? On the other hand, if a person with money is also there, then it seems that the team of doctors will come. If everyone wants well being, then it is very important to recover as quickly as possible but it is also subject to the hospital type and doctors practicing there.
How big are the categories of doctors, for the operation of a poor person, a doctor who is new in this field will be asked to complete the operation successfully or not? Hey brother, try that formula on that money-minded person too! Do not think you will ever be able to do it? Because blood has always sucked the poor who already lack it.
This book is worth reading and showcases the brutal naked truth of the hospital management of India who only believes in the idea of making money that is Crony Capitalism disguised as the socialist poor serving. Parsai Ji always shows us the mirror in a satirical way whether we accept it or not.