PMA rejects Pakistan Medical Commission Bill

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Our Correspondent
Abbottabad

Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) on Saturday rejected the Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) Act and demanded to review it by the concerned authority.

This was stated by the PMA Secretary-General Dr. Qaiser Sajjad during a press conference held at a private medical college in Abbottabad.

He said the government had passed the bill in a hurry and examination of MBBS doctor for National License Certificate (NLC) is also a sign of distrust in educational institutions, we will not only protest against the act but will also file a petition in the court, he added. Dr. Qaiser Sajjad while criticizing the bill said the bill of the Pakistan Medical Commission was passed in minutes from the assembly.

 

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