On May 25, the Indian Bar Association (IBA) filed a criminal complaint against a WHO official for posting a tweet discouraging the use of ivermectin to treat patients with the CCP Virus.
Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, WHO’s chief scientific officer, is accused of posting a tweet on May 10 advising against the use of ivermectin to treat patients with COVID. According to the complaint, as a result of her ‘advice,’ the state of Tamil Nadu particularly canceled the use of the drug the following day, even though the treatment had been approved that same day, reports DesertReview.
The Bar Association accuses the official of ‘conducting a disinformation campaign against ivermectin and using mass media to influence against the use of Ivermectin’ even though it has been clinically tested and its effectiveness is determined.
Under section 302 of the Indian Penal Code, the complainants pointed out that Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, if found guilty, could receive the death penalty or life imprisonment.
In their arguments, the IBA cited studies and statistics from Indian states that used ivermectin to treat COVID patients and those that did not. The effectiveness of the treatment against the coronavirus can be clearly seen.
In Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Goa, cases were reduced by 98%, 97%, 94%, and 86% respectively. In contrast, in Tamil Nadu, which decided not to use ivermectin, the number of cases soared and became the highest in India. Deaths in Tamil Nadu increased tenfold, The Desert Review reported.
According to a statement from IBA lawyer Dipali Ojha, the WHO official deleted her tweet after receiving notice of the complaint:
“This has proved the hollowness of the WHO’s recommendation against ivermectin for COVID-19. The dishonesty of WHO and the act of Dr. Soumya Swaminathan in deleting her contentious tweet was witnessed by citizens across the world, as the news got wide coverage on social media. By deleting the tweet, Dr. Soumya Swaminathan has proved her mala fide intentions.”
For the IBA, deleting her initial tweet, “will not save Dr. Soumya Swaminathan and her associates from criminal prosecution.”
WHO’s agenda responds to Big Pharma
Ivermectin, usually prescribed as an anti-parasitic, is an inexpensive drug and has gained popularity for being highly effective in treating patients with the CCP Virus. However, both the WHO and FDA do not recommend its use to treat patients with COVID and on their websites even warn that it could be ‘lethal.’
However, for Dr. Dipali Ojha, WHO has an agenda that responds to Big Pharma and the interests of regulatory bodies such as CDC, NIH, and FDA that try to push the use of experimental vaccines without considering the real benefits to people.
For the Bar Association, the WHO official discredited ivermectin to prioritize the pharmaceutical industry and EU vaccines.
“It seems you have deliberately opted for deaths of people to achieve your ulterior goals, and this is sufficient grounds for criminal prosecution against you,” the complaint says.
Dr. Dipali Ojha asserted that “the world is gradually waking up to your absurd, arbitrary and fallacious approach in presenting concocted facts as ‘scientific approach.’ While the WHO flaunts itself like a ‘know it all,’ it is akin to the vain Emperor in new clothes while the entire world has realized by now, the emperor has no clothes at all”.
If the court finds the WHO official guilty, the case will set precedents for the entire world, as the banning of Ivermectin, as well as hydroxychloroquine and chlorine dioxide, inexpensive medicinal compounds also proven to be effective against COVID, has caused some governments to persecute and imprison those who dare to prescribe and sell them for the sake of people’s health.