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registered dietitian to deceive people | Hyderabad News

Hyderabad: Indian Medical Association (IMA) has started a legal battle against keto dietitian Veeramachaneni Ramakrishna for downplaying the severity of Covid-19. IMA had filed a PIL in the Telangana High Court regarding police inaction against him in criminal complaints lodged at Sultana Bazar, Uppal and Mattewada police stations.
Former IMA National Vice President Dr T Narsinga Reddy said: “The court has ordered the police to register a case based on which two FIRs have been issued against Veeramachaneni Ramakrishna. Cases were registered at Sultan Bazar police station and Mattewada in Warangal district. With the intervention of the courts, the police swung into action.
IMA filed a PIL against 16 defendants for inaction against the police and Veeramachaneni Ramakrishna for downplaying the severity of the spread of Covid-19 as well as its Delta and Omicron variants.
IMA alleged that he misled the public, preventing them from practicing government-mandated Covid-appropriate behavior, vaccine, masks, sanitation and distancing.
IMA alleged that he did not have a valid degree to practice medicine and nutrition. The IMA has appointed the Chief Secretary, Commissioners of Police of DGP Hyderabad and Cyberabad, Union Health Department, DG of Health Services, State Director of Health, Collectors from Warangal and Hyderabad and agents from Mattewada, Uppal and Sultan Bazar stations.
Ramakrishna Healthcare Natural Care by Veeramachineni Rama Krishna is located in Banjara Hills. Earlier, IMA Warangal filed a complaint with Mattewada Police Station.
The IMA’s Dr Sudheer alleged that the self-invented nutritionist told people to stop using allopathic medicines.
He alleged that Ramakrishna made controversial statements asking people not to wear masks and not to take the Covid-19 vaccine.

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