Sometimes I really get puzzled, when people say this that we should respect medical community. All the doctors, all the nurses, all the paramedical staff, we should respect medical community.
And I feel that what is the logic of respecting one community? Because like any other community, we have good people and bad people.
Now COVID-19 is a perfect example to analyze this. We have few good doctors who are really risking their life and helping and treating COVID patients. And the same time we have few doctors and we know they have closed their windows. They have closed their doors. They are not opening their clinic. Forget the going to a government clinic and government hospitals, because there are really lack of doctors there. They’re not even considering going there, but they’re not even opening their own clinics, they’re saving their own life.
So, if you’re a doctor, your primary responsibility is of course, to save life. Now in the light of this, if you’re not doing your primary responsibility and we should consider you just good because you belong to that community is absolutely unfair.
So, like any other community, we have good doctors. We have bad doctors. So, if you are a good doctor, we respect. If you’re a bad doctor, don’t expect respect from us.
We think all the doctors or entire doctor community is good is as good as saying that Pakistan is good or bad. One country can’t good or bad. There are some good people in that country. There are some bad people in that country.
Are we saying that Muslims are good or bad? One community can be good or bad. There are some good Muslim. There are some good, bad Muslim, just like Hindu.
So, our understanding of seeing community good or bad, it’s beyond my understanding.
What’s your views on this? What do you think about it?