There's never any guarantee that doctors are good in a political seat or position. If doctors had inherent skills in management and governance, we'd not have hospitals making losses.
Most kids in India are sent to a college, whether they want to or not, after 12th. Most of them are forced to lean between engineering, medicine, or law. It's just how the Indian parents' mentality works.
So this post is inherently flawed. If that were the case, we'd have to fire post-BTECH military officers, or IAS/IFS/IPS officers also.
The key to good governance is being humble enough to know you won't know every thing, but having the skills to choose the right set of people who are experts to give good guidance, and then subsequently following up on that advice. Just to give an example: observe how Trump treated Dr. Fauci last year and the consequence of it.
There are too many different doctor advice about what works and not. Now a lot of doctors are giving steroids and blood thinnera to everyone, and it is supposed to be given after 5 days from infection. When you have mild infection and confirmed rtpcr or ct scan result.
Logic is it will prevent the cytokine storm from damaging your lungs which can then cause pneumonia and in worse case you will need oxygen.
While earlier it was do nothing if you have mild symptoms.
I think one should stick to their doctors advice instead of doing self medication based upon advice from internet.