Civil Society Activists Distance From Govt. Panel

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Srinagar: Members of Civil Society Forum Kashmir Omar Trumboo and Shuja ul Haq Saturday said that they are not part of the committee for inspection of private hospitals as was published by health department in newspapers few days back. 

In a statement, the civil society members said that CSFK and its members have absolutely nothing to do with this particular committee acknowledged by Government Vide Order No 673/HME/2015 dated 09/10/2015. “We wish and hope committee works on a positive note of development of Private medical sector, but surely not at the cost of sufferings of patients,” they said in the statement. 

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