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GENERIC MEDICINES WILL BE ENCOURAGED, SEVERE ACTIONS ON SELLING EXPENSIVE STUNTS : CHAUBEY

September 11, 2017 09:04 PM

UNION HEALTH MINISTRY WILL REPORT DERA'S DEAD BODY TO BE IN PUBLIC  

The Union Health Ministry will complete probe into dead bodies sent by Sirsa Dera to a private Lucknow medical college and present its report at the earliest. The probe was ordered recently after it was discovered that there was no police report or record of 14 dead bodies sent by Dera to the medical college.

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Aiming for the affordable treatment to all sections of society, Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Ashwani Kumar Chaubey said Govt is encouraging generic medicine which will ease the ailing patients from economic constrains. He was briefing the media today at “Meet the Press” organized by Chandigarh Press Club.

Chaubey also lauded the affordable treatment schemes initiated by the Govt. Chaubey has recently assigned with the new ministry in a recent reshuffle in Modi Govt. “We are keeping a close vigil on those who are still selling expensive stunts and related requirements against the prescribe mandate by Govt and all are subjected to the severe actions, if found guilty.” said Chaubey.

Citing achievements from his previous stint as Rural Development Minister, Chaubey stressed upon the need of reformation of villages precisely in sanitation front. “We have able to make construct make more than thirty thousand toilets with the ministry and local participation.

My new ministry is too, looking forward for healthy India if people are inclined towards sanitation around them. People need to be more aware of cleanliness around them and their health which helps them to keep away from medical treatments” affirm Chaubey.

He said the need of the hour is people should raise themselves from the limited resources and personnel in health sector to be physically and mentally fit for the national development.

Chaubey also appaled the entrepreneurs, pharmacists, NGO and Charitable Trusts to be partner in the Govt’s Jan Aushadhi Schemes which entitles incentives upto Rs 2.5 lakhs. “Modi’s Govt dream is to make this project implemented every nook and corner of country benefitting not only the patients but also entrepreneurs as well.” Said Chaubey

Union Minister of State for Health & Family Welfare Ashwani Kumar Chaubey briefed the ‘Meet the Press’
Stressed upon creating employability under the Jan Aushadhi Yojna

UNION HEALTH MINISTRY WILL REPORT DERA'S DEAD BODY TO BE IN PUBLIC  

The Union Health Ministry will complete probe into dead bodies sent by Sirsa Dera to a private Lucknow medical college and present its report at the earliest. Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Ashwini Kumar Choubey said this at Chandigarh Press Club here on Monday.Choubey said the report would be made public soon after completion of the enquiry. The probe was ordered recently after it was discovered that there was no police report or record of 14 dead bodies sent by Dera to the medical college.

The Minister said there was no question of visiting such places from where objectionable disclosures were being made. He was reacting to the query on Haryana ministers making statements about continuing their visits to Dera for votes in future. 

Barinder Rawat, Secretary General & Jaswant Rana, President, Chandigarh Press Club expressed their thanks to minister and invited members.

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