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19 medical stores face action in KTM Valley


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2021 Nov 09, 17:38, Kathmandu
The Department of Drug Administration (DDA) has suspended the nineteen medical stores run against criteria as per Drugs Act law in Kathmandu valley. Photo Source: DDA/Facebook

The Department of Drug Administration (DDA) has suspended the nineteen medical stores run against criteria as per Drugs Act law.

The DDA took the action against 19 medical stores operated in Kathmandu Valley. The Department took action within a period from mid-September to mid-October.

Director-General of the DDA, Narayan Prasad Dhakal, said that the medical stores were suspended for four to fifteen days as per the Drugs Act.

Action against the medical stores was taken after most of the medical stores were found running without permission in course of monitoring.

There is a provision that the medical store should be operated only after registration at the DDA. Luksi Vetpharma, Koteshwor; Gandhi Manohara Community Health Centre, Kageshwori Manahara; Sapantirtha Pharmacy, Tokha; Prakritik Baipas Pharmacy; Jhorali Pharmacy; Tokha Emergency Medical Hall; Nandakrishna Pharmacy; Subedi Pharmacy; Anamol Pharmacy; Siddhi Pharmacy, among others faced the action.

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