After doing the 4 years medical course that is MBBS, a person becomes a qualified doctor. He can prescribe the medicines and can do surgery also. Generally a MBBS doctor will go for a 2 years MS course to become an expert surgeon and most of the surgeons have come through that route. Now the Ayurvedic doctor do some other course in which surgery is not a main part. I do not know if the syllabus is now changed for them also and they learn surgery also during their Ayurvedic course. If it is so, then they can also do MS and then practice surgery. Without having basic skills, the surgery which is avery vital part of the modern medicine, cannot be attempted just like that. So there is some big confusion in this and some big misunderstanding that Govt has allowed them to operate on patients just like they allopathic doctors. One has to learn the practical anatomy of the body, ways of operation theatre, ICU and many modern medical gadgets before starting the operation. It is not a child's play.
Knowledge is power.