Human Rights Commission’s Concern on Shortages in medicine
The regional office of NHRC, Nepalgunj has shown its concern on shortages in medicine in various health organisations of Banke district.
The regional director Murari Prasad Kharel has requested chief of district’s public heath office to provide written answer on the issue on August 23.
The commission has asked for the reason behind the shortage in medicine and future plan to stop such shortages with the office.
Recently, the office has been informed about the shortages of medicine in various places of the district. The commission’s central office has directed its regional offices to inform about the availability of medicine.
INSEC Mid-regional office, Nepalgunj
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