Revisit Mandate of MBBS Doctor As Signatory for Laboratory Investigations : PDCA to Govt

Revisit Mandate of MBBS Doctor As Signatory for Laboratory Investigations : PDCA to Govt

Revisit Mandate of MBBS Doctor As Signatory for Laboratory Investigations : PDCA to Govt

Srinagar Apr 23 : PDC Association Jammu and Kashmir Saturday urged the government to revisit its directive mandating a doctor not less than that of the qualification of an MBBS doctor as signatory for obtaining laboratory investigations.

Decrying the decision PDC Association JK Chairman Mohammad Amin Rangrez, as per a statement issued to GNS, asked the government to revisit the law ‘being thrust upon the private sector’. 

“ In government sector, health institutions have been exempted from such MBBS signatory, why is it being thrust upon the private sector?” Rangrez asked.

“ We request LG Manoj Sinha to kindly look into the issue and ease the stress and mental agonies of around one lac populace related to the cadre in the field”, Rangrez said.

Further Mohammad Azad, as per the statement, gave an in depth scenario of the issue in terms of ‘strategies being adapted to malign the images of technicians who are well versed with their technical qualifications and are right arms of doctors in practice’.

“ It was demanded that one time relaxation be given to assure that general laboratory owners are not compelled to come to roads for such an issue or close down their establishments in view of unwarranted approach of authorities”, the statement reads.

Besides, the media was briefed about the misuse of registration number of association and it was demanded that various departments should take action against such culprits four to five in number who are using the association’s registration number for Kashmir Diagnostic Center Association and are projecting themselves as leaders of trade.

“The government at large was informed that if such miscreants are not dealt with at an earliest, the association shall not be responsible for any of their illegal, unwarranted anti-social or anti-national activity”, underlined the statement.

The meeting was attended by senior-most laboratory technicians who are also the founders of association including Nissar Ali, Ab Majid Gattoo, Mohammad Maqbool, Bashir Ahmad in presence of district presidents of Kashmir division besides other members of PDCA JK.

The chairman, the statement says, thanked all the participants and media in particular for covering the press conference of utmost importance and hoped that the government shall take up the issue to retain dignity and integrity of laboratory technicians to highlight their struggle of justice on World Laboratory Day being celebrated throughout the globe. (GNS)

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