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The representatives of Pharm-D Doctors Welfare Association opened a ‘Lassi Center’ in protest against the government for not fulfilling their demands,...

Hanamkonda: The representatives of Pharm-D Doctors Welfare Association opened a ‘Lassi Center’ in protest against the government for not fulfilling their demands, at Kaloji Centre in Hanamkonda on Friday. The Pharm-D students have been staging relay hunger strike from the past 21 days and staging dharnas at Ekashila Park and Kakatiya University. Speaking on the occasion, Pharm-D student Chinmai said that there is a need of Clinical Pharmacist Cadre in all government hospitals for establishing healthy society.

The strengthening and development of health department in any country is dependent and possible only through Pharm-D education, which is proved right in many other countries, she said. “We are getting enormous support from the representatives of various peoples’ organisations, including political parties and from all sections of people.

But the government is behaving stubbornly and negligent towards solving the issue of Pharm-D students,” she alleged. Chinmai demanded the government fulfillment of their demands and accommodate Pharm-D students in Clinical Pharmacist Cadre in all government hospitals by implementing the GO No 515 immediately. The representatives of Pharm-D Doctors Welfare Association Surya Teja Vamshi, Shakeer, Somashekar, Prashanth, Vishal, Nitin Pal and Rajashekar were present along with others.

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