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?Intensify struggle to get recognition?

"Electro-Homoeopathy will not get recognition in charity. The electro-homoeopathy doctors will have to intensify their struggle for getting recognition. They need to launch a dharna and protest in Delhi to get their demands heard by Parliamentarians. Meetings and representations will not make any difference to the government, which is even conspiring to close electro-homoeopathy clinics in a few states."

india Updated: Jan 09, 2006 00:56 IST

"Electro-Homoeopathy will not get recognition in charity. The electro-homoeopathy doctors will have to intensify their struggle for getting recognition. They need to launch a dharna and protest in Delhi to get their demands heard by Parliamentarians. Meetings and representations will not make any difference to the government, which is even conspiring to close electro-homoeopathy clinics in a few states."

These views were expressed by MP and general secretary Forward Block Debrat Biswas at the inaugural session of the State Electro-Homoeopathy Conference-2006 jointly organised by Kamla Nehru Electro-Homoeopathy Medical College and Akhil Bharatiya Count Mattie Electro Homoeopathy Forum here on Sunday.

Biswas said: “Electro-homoeopathy practitioners will have to fight both legal and legislative battle to get the recognition. I also feel that the government will become forced to recognise this system if this science is concrete and beneficial for the masses'.

"The electro-homoeopathy doctors should also get prepared to face internal as well as external opposition. There is an internal opposition because many homoeopathy doctors feel that the electro-homoeopathy may pose threat to their identify if it is given recognition. They also need to understand that there cannot be struggle between the two sciences and both need to development for the benefit of mankind," he added.

Biswas said only 30-40 per cent people are covered by the present medical and health infrastructure. The remaining people have been left to the mercy of god. The government does not even have data of these people.

As we all know that the country is run by Dada, Lala, Babu and Neta. So the Electro-Homoeopathy doctors should also take these people into confidence for getting the recognition," he said.

Presiding over the programme Justice (rtd) RB Mehrotra said the Electro-Homoeopathy Association also need to present scientific data and documents proving its efficacy because without it their struggle would be incomplete. He also assured of providing legal advice and assistance to them.

Joint organising secretary Dr GP Soni said in the Indian atmosphere for the development of any system one needs academic, practical and political approach. Electro-homoeopathy excelled in the first two but in the absence of political protection we were still struggling to get recognition from the government, he said.

Organising secretary Dr SR Dwivedi, Dr RC Srivastava, electro-homoeopathy practitioners national president Dr D Kumar, Dr MH Chidrishi, Dr Suhail Ahmed, Dr RL Yadav also expressed their views on the occasion. Dr PK Shukla gave welcome address. He said on January 31, they will stage dharna at Lucknow to get their demand noticed.