Correspondence with Sri Aurobindo
The Complete Set
If it is necessary and convenient, why not send Pavitra to the Chief Medical Officer to discuss the matter with him? It depends mainly on the chief than on others.
It is not so pressing. If there were a general rule about the matter, as in France, it would be all right; but a special favour is another matter. We will think twice before we ask – especially as they may look with disfavour on the idea of somebody coming in fromoutisde into the closed medical field here.