Welcome to Pashu Chikitsak Parishad
ORDERS FOR PURCHASE OF 70 LAC DOSES OF COMBINED VACCINE OF HS AND FMD FOR NEXT PHASE OF VACCINATION ISSUED. WE ARE INDEBTED TO HONBLE ACS AH HARYANA AND DGAH HARYANA. SPECIAL THANKS TO DR SOMINDER JUNEJA AND DR NARENDER THUKRAL.
Live Debate Featuring Dr. Chirantan Kadian, President Pashu Chikitsak Mahasangh on Mirror Now dated 27.11.2018 on Veterinarian’s Rights.
Comments of elite PCP vets on Introduction of Combined Vaccine of HS and FMD
Its was not an easy task , going against the wishes of centre and state government. Sir i personally know how much efforts you have put in. If we the vets of HARYANA are able to prove it right. We are seeing history in making and the generation will cherish your hard work and efforts. The first dream project of PCM and brain child of PCP paid off. Dr. Utpal Kashyap A lot of hard work was behind this magnolious achievement. It‘s an achievement meant for all, the vet fraternity, paravets, farmers, livestock...All.. Once again, we are thankful to Dr Chirantan, who continued with the mission despite lot of initial hiccups. You didn’t give up, hence it‘s there eventually... Ably supported by HQ team, aptly forwarded by hon’ble ACS and DG sir. It’s time to re-ignite the core team of PCP with renewals of memberships from you all. We all promise, yet again, we are here to deliver...Dr. Vijay Kadian You are absolutely right Dr Kashyap Pradhan Ji has indeed put in relentless efforts day and night Hats off. Dr. Punita Pardhan ji has performed his role sincerely and Brilliantly,now it is duty of field staff to make this great achievement fruitful. 👍🏻 Dr. Prem Singh Yadav Congrats Dr Chirantan ji and team who all directly indirectly made sincere efforts in achieving impossible tasks under PCP and done whatever said. Dr. Vidhya Sagar
Haryana becomes the first state to undertake FMD+HS combined vaccination
PCM DEMANDS IMPLEMENTATION OF COMBINED FMD VACCINE THROUGHOUT THE NATION
PCM also demanded the establishment of a separate Indian Council for Veterinary Research (ICVR) which is presently working under Indian Council of Agriculture Research (ICAR). As per the PCM, establishment of a separate council will facilitate the research in the Veterinary Science and the Animal Husbandry at large. Some members also put forward the suggestion that there should be a separate ministry for Animal Husbandry and Veterinary sciences.
Dr Kadian raised the issue of poor functioning of the Veterinary Council of India (VCI) and the urgent need for revamp of the same as a near non functional VCI is hurting the interests of Vets at the national level. PCM President also requested the Minister to include members of PCM in the important committees whenever they are formed to formulate National policies pertaining to Animal Husbandry and Veterinary services since PCM is the only vibrant body of the Vets of the India at the moment.
Minister Krishna Raj had given a patient hearing to the demands raised by delegates of PCM and thanked Dr Chirantan Kadian for bringing out the concerns of the Vets which are of National importance. She also lauded the efforts of Dr Chirantan Kadian for leading the PCM with purpose and fervour.