Senate body to visit Multan College, will inspect standard

Ijaz Kakakhel

A parliamentary committee on Friday decided to visit the Legend Collage Multan and to check the reality on the ground and compile a report for issuing a no objection certificate by Pakistan Pharmacy Council (PPC).

To probe the matter of non-issuance of No Objection Certificate (NOC) to Legend College, Multan by Pakistan Pharmacy Council (PPC), a sub-committee of the Senate Standing Committee on National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination held today in parliament house while Senator Sardar Muhammad Shafiq Tareen was on chair. The committee decided to visit the Collage on 14th Dec 2021.

Apart from Senator Sana Jamali and Senator Khalida Ateeb, Director General Ministry of Health, Vice President of Pakistan Pharmacy Council (PPC) and member PPC also attended the meeting.

Senator Rana Mahmood ul Hassan participated as a special invitee in the meeting.

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