Homeopathic medical science gets a new opportunity to serve the mankind. Yesterday, Indian state Orissa government opened a homoeopathic dispensary in the confiscated house of a former IAS officer who had been convicted in a disproportionate assets case.
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said the homeopathic dispensary in the house of Sanjib Kumar Ray, who retired as additional secretary in the cooperation department, would provide free treatment. Ray was convicted this January and the government later confiscated his property following a directive of a special vigilance court.
The Orissa state has decided to take exemplary action against shady public servants. Emphasis is on action which will benefit the masses.
Director Indian Medicines and Homeopathy (DIMH) Mahendra Kumar Mallick said around 40 patients were treated at the new dispensary on day one. “Medicines are available free of cost. With this, we now have three homeopathic dispensaries in Bhubaneswar,” Mallick said.
I think this is a good example of government’s strong support to homeopathy.
Dr. Anil Singhal