Tamilnadu, HOD Demanded Teen Girls From PG Students Controversial Allegations and Tales of Bootlicking in the Medical Field
Chinmayi Sripada, a renowned singer in the South Indian film industry, recently shared a controversial post on Instagram. The post appears to be a screenshot of a conversation involving an orthopedician, referred to as Doctor Jason Philip, Ms. Mch. The singer expressed her astonishment, captioning the post with the phrase, “What the actual freaks is this?” The content of the conversation revolves around an alleged incident that took place during the orthopedician’s time as a student, involving unethical behavior by a senior orthopedic head of department (HOD).
According to the orthopedician’s account, during his final year of studying MS Orthopedics, the HOD would demand that each postgraduate student supply him with two fair, tall, and 18-year-old girls for a night. It is suggested that this demand was made in exchange for passing the students. The orthopedician claims that there is not a single word of exaggeration in his account and highlights the HOD’s continued reputation as a legendary figure in the field throughout Tamil Nadu.
There was a (still very famous) orthopaedic HOD, when I did my M.S(Gen Surgery). He used to ask (& I swear, there is not a single word of exaggeration) his final yr MS ortho PGs, to each supply him two fair, tall, 18-yr old girls fr a night, to give them a pass. Most did,to pass. https://t.co/kWLNNGRyrW
The gravity of the situation is further emphasized by the orthopedician’s warning that he holds enormous political influence in Tamil Nadu, which could potentially put him in a position to take legal action against anyone who defames him. The Doctor stresses the potential consequences, stating that even top IPS officers, who happen to be his relatives, would be unable to protect him from his influence.
Following this shocking revelation, the conversation takes a turn as someone named Devashish Palkar commits to sharing a story related to bootlicking during medical residency. Although the specific details of this story are not provided in the post, it seems to involve a person who gifted a gold chain to their professor as a display of excessive flattery.
The post, in its entirety, sheds light on the alleged misconduct and unethical behavior within the medical field. It highlights the power dynamics and potential abuses that can occur, especially when influential figures are involved. The Doctor’s decision not to name the accused orthopedician reflects a sense of fear and apprehension regarding potential repercussions.
While it is crucial to acknowledge that the veracity of these claims cannot be confirmed solely based on the Instagram post, the allegations made by the orthopedician and the subsequent discussion about bootlicking during residency raise concerns about the ethical standards and power imbalances within the medical profession. Such incidents, if true, tarnish the reputation of the profession and undermine the trust patients place in their doctors.
It is essential for medical institutions, regulatory bodies, and the broader medical community to take these allegations seriously and conduct thorough investigations when such claims arise. Upholding the highest ethical standards and ensuring patient safety should be paramount.
Chinmayi served as a television presenter during the first season of Airtel Super Singer on STAR Vijay that was aired between April and August 2006 and the first season of airtel super singerfrom February 2007 to July 2007. In 2008, she returned as host of the second season of Airtel Super Singer, though she discontinued her role before the completion of the season, as she stated the show extended the period of the initial contract. During this time, she was also a radio jockey on Aahaa FM 91.9 in Chennai on a breakfast show titled Aahaa Kaapi Klub. She later began compering Star plus’s Chhote Ustaad, which ran concurrently with another music talent show she started hosting in June, the debut season of Sun tv. On 15 August 2010, Chinmayi announced that that day’s Chhote Ustaad would be her last as host, leaving the show after only eight episodes. She was also on the judges’ panel of Jaya Star Singers in Jaya tv, but the show was halted due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, and did not resume further