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Health Minister Yadav urged for amendment of contradictory laws

JSP Chairman Upendra Yadav (file)

Kathmandu, April 3: Department of Health and Population of the CPN UML, has submitted a memorandum to Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health and Population, Upendra Yadav, urging him to take initiative for amending contradictory laws on health sector.

The team led by the head of the department, Krishna Gopal Shrestha, submitted a 15-point memorandum to Minister Yadav.

He is also asked to bring reform on necessary laws so that health insurance scheme could be made more effective. The department also demanded Minister Yadav to equip health insurance board with necessary workforce and accomplish construction of basic hospitals as soon as possible.

Implementation of effective measurers for the prevention and control of epidemic diseases including dysentery, dengue, measles, corona virus and full-fledge operation of central hospital including Bir Hospital by managing all sorts of resources are also underlined in the memorandum. Adoption of integrated IT is essential to boost quality health service, it reminded.

In addition to the health related concern, the Deputy Prime Minister was made aware of the problems caused by floods and landslides and urgency of preparedness, and curb on youth exodus by creating jobs and favourable atmosphere for works within country. #Nepal

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