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He was also a hit online. The organisers claimed that it was a free one-day counselling session, where they would be taught how pregnant women women can give birth safely in their home without medicines, vaccines, blood tests, doctor visits or scans.
It claimed that this was the best way of giving birth. The advertisement also said that the camp will have experts who will give advice to the participants. On Thursday, the Coimbatore police arrested him. We immediately informed our state President and then sent a petition to Collector Hariharan, the chief of our quackery committee, on Thursday morning.
A physical training programme, however, is taking these unscientific messages to the next level," said Dr V Rajesh Babu, the Coimbatore secretary of the IMA. What sent authorities in a tizzy was the death of a year-old woman in Tirupur due to pregnancy-related complications, as she attempted to deliver the child at her residence.
Undertaking home births without competent medical personnel and the required infrastructure is against medical ethics," explained Deputy Director of Health Banumathi. Baskar, a resident of Coimbatore claims to be a civil engineer who suffered from various ailments including allergies, chronic headaches, epilepsy and skin problems as a child. In a video, he slams allopathic, ayurvedic and homoeopathic medicine, alleging that they did little to help his ailments. The trauma of taking these pills affected his mental health and he found himself one day in a Bengaluru bus stand with no recollection of who he is, he claims.
He then claims that he learnt about natural medicines from a naturopathy specialist in Coimbatore and then from books and courses. But, he began to offer natural treatments to people and, by his own admission, made a tidy sum for the cures he offered.
His videos grew in popularity and his messages spread via social media. In one of his earliest videos from for the foundation, he can be seen taking on vaccines, alleging they are part of a larger corporate scam. They have no medicinal value. Do you know why they give you vaccines as soon as you are born?
You will be shocked to know. It is so that the child suffers from illnesses all his life," he proclaims. He shot over a episodes, touching upon topics ranging from kidney problems, eye diseases, what foods one should consume, and even world politics. Baskar reportedly left the show four months ago as he wanted to focus on his research. But, was his content fact-checked? Others may have a second opinion," the member said.
The website of his foundation describes Baskar as a saint. He finds out new methods and teaches the common man, its benefits in the easiest way, in a service motive. He is working towards spirituality, and for the welfare of all the souls of the world," describes the website of the foundation.
Misleading information Of his YouTube videos, a five-part series on pregnancy is particularly disturbing. He starts off by claiming that only weak women feel pain during childbirth and that is also because people have stereotyped the process as painful. He further provides a three-step method for natural delivery. He further claims that if the water is white it is a boy child and if it is red, it is a girl.
You can even do this in the bathroom. The baby will automatically be born," he claims. Just inhale through the nose and exhale through the mouth.
The Coimbatore IMA points out that his directives are misleading and there is a reason women are asked to go to the hospital for the birth. In fact, in Coimbatore, the rate is only This is because of proper examinations in hospitals. Not only is he telling people to not go to hospitals, but he is also demonising caesareans, which are necessary in the face of complications to save the child," he added.
From treating eye problems to world peace "He is a fraud and has been cheating people across the state in the name of naturopathy," said an investigating official. It is an unregistered trust which has 35 people working there. Baskar himself is a civil engineer who has studied acupuncture.
The other employees there have only studied till 10th or 12th standard. Over the years, thousands of people from multiple districts have come to him for treatment. But because nobody has registered a complaint, there has been no action so far," he said. Patients are asked to pay Rs for the basic treatments. They believe the drivel that he offers and arrive here with confidence. With this free counselling session, however, he took it too far.
And even though he calls it free, there was a larger plan to swindle money behind it," the officer said. Once the unsuspecting people would arrive for the workshop, Baskar was allegedly going to tell them that delivering a child at a hospital cost anywhere from Rs 50, to Rs 1 lakh, and advise them to deposit Rs 10, - Rs 20, to his trust in return for his training on natural delivery.
This money, he would claim, was to help poorer patients who cannot afford treatment. The police have filed cases against Baskar and his accomplice Srinivasan under IPC sections Cheating and Punishment for attempting to commit offences. His videos talk on YouTube talk about self-cleaning of fluid from the lungs, a practice that only trained doctors should do.
State health department issues orders The state health department does not see this arrest as an isolated violation. We are not looking at this matter in isolation. We need to keep an eye out for such treatments that do not have scientific temper," said Tamil Nadu Health Secretary Dr Radhakrishnan.
In a formal directive to health officials, the department has asked all district directors to keep an eye out for practices of unqualified persons attempting delivery.
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