Bhopal Doc's bizarre welcome to Bush

Bhopal | February 27, 2006 5:28:19 PM IST
An Ayurvedic doctor in Bhopal, Dr Mahesh Yadav, has opted to welcome U.S.President George W Bush with a picture of the latter drawn with his (the doctor’s) blood.
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Our stab at a portrait of Bush in blood
He has also requested Bush to take the initiative for world peace.
Dr Mahesh Yadav of Bhopal has drawn over 300 pictures of some great personalities with his blood during the last 11 years.
Terming President Bush as one of the most powerful men of the world, Yadav has also urged him to take initiative to bring world peace.
“First of all President Bush is our guest. I have made a picture of George W Bush with my blood to welcome him. Since Bush is the head of the most powerful country in the world, I would like to appeal him to take initiative for world peace. He should take initiative to root out terrorism and destroy the nuclear weapons,” Yadav said.
Informing that the picture would be handed over to President Bush during his India visit through the US Embassy, the Bhopal-based artist said that any decision of the President can lead the world either towards destruction or development.
“I will present the picture to President Bush during his India visit though the US Embassy. I will also try to remind him that his decisions could lead to development or destruction of the world. I would also request him to root out the cause of terrorism,” he added.
Yadav, an Ayurvedic doctor, fighting for the Tibet issue for 11 years also wrote letters to President APJ Abdul Kalam and Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh with his blood requesting the Centre to invite Tibetan leader Dalai Lama in Parliament to discuss the issue.
Commenting on Tibet, Yadav said, ” I would also seek his support on the Tibet issue.”
Yadav, who started his blood campaign in October 1994 for the cause of Tibet, world peace, security of India, against terrorism and violence has also donated 300 mgs blood 27 times. (ANI)

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