Arunachal Pradesh health minister Alo Libang appeal Pharmacist community to rededicate themselves for the cause of human suffering.
Minister Health & Family Welfare appeal the pharmacist community to rededicate themselves for the cause of human sufferings and development of health sector in state.
Minister Alo Libang was addressing the Pharmacist community of state on the occasion of World Pharmacist Day here at a city hotel today. Libang said that Pharmacist earlier known as Compounder play an important role in delivering the health care system.
He assured all possible support of the state government and assured to meet up the demand in phase manner. he said in view of growing demand for establishment of college of Pharmacy may be taken up after a detail study.
While appreciating the tireless effort of team leader of Arunachal government led by Chief Minister Pema Khandu Libang said that ‘you have to work hard and take innovative in the field and show to the masses in the development of health care system so that the government may also see to their genuine grievance as per priority and necessity’.
He said charity begins at home and appeal one and all to cooperate each other and try to learn properly and serve the people.
Guest of honour, Director of Health M Lego in his address said that Pharmacist are health care provider. They should think that they have a great responsibility in the field of health care system and they should also do their work in most sincere way so that they their work is regarded as a noble job and their valued is appreciated by the society. he said that the person attached with health and suffering are most important person and urge upon to rededicate for promoting system and society health.
Director (ATI) and CoSAAP President Pate Marik, Director Family Welfare Dr. Alok Yirang, APPC Registrar Nangbia Tapin, APPC President Tsewang Gyatso among other address the gathering.
Earlier in morning the dignitaries visited Tomo Riba Institute of health & Medical science (TRIHMS) and take part fruits distribution programme to the inpatient to mark the day.
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