medical negligence which led to his wife's death, as a "historic judgement that will have a major impact on standard of medical care in India."
Terming the judgement as "historic", Saha said in an email from USA that this "will have major impact on medical negligence and standard of medical care in India."
"This will send a strong message to all negligent doctors and unscrupulous hospitals that are reaping (sic) innocent patients everyday across India," he said.
"Today's verdict is also likely to increase the value of every human life in India," Saha, who founded People for Better Treatment to fight against medical negligence," he said.
Incidentally, AMRI Hospital at Dhakuria, where Anuradha was treated, has been closed since a fire gutted one of its buildings killing 93 people, most of whom were patients, on December nine, 2011.
An AMRI official, when contacted, refused to comment saying they were yet to receive a copy of the order.