Vice chancellor of Gauhati University Dr Mridul Hazarika on Tuesday said that in order to sustain a nation-wide movement against medical terrorism, there is a need of true spirit and constant dedication.
Dr Hazarika said this while formally inaugurating the office of the Dr Anamika Ray Memorial Trust (ARMT) located at North Jalukbari in Guwahati on Tuesday along with the observance of Patients’ Rights Day.
He also said that true spirit and constant dedication sustains the nation-wide movement against medical terrorism and that this while that is very well been orchestrated so far by Dr Anamika Ray Memorial Trust (ARMT).
“The entire team of the trust deserves a big applause,” added the vice chancellor of Gauhati University.
He also added that the Trust has a sea of task in front of them to aware the common people, who in most cases become the victim of medical terrorism.
“Mostly, the common people unknowingly suffer from the medical terrorism. Therefore, the Trust must look into the awareness of medical terrorism among these people,” he said.
The Trust, which has also spearheaded the movement to include ‘Right to Health’ as one of the fundamental rights in the Indian constitution observed Patients’ Rights Day by awaring the patients of their rights and responsibilities through social media.
Prof Srinath Barua, founding vice chancellor of Krishna Kanta Handiqui State Open University (KKHSOU), Prof Dilip Borah of Gauhati University, Rajat Baran Mahanta, vice chairman of the Trust, faculty members of GU, members of the Board of Trustees also attended the occasion.