Thu, Jul 28, 2016 at 4:52 PM
IDPD has also offered any medical help to the needy
Ludhiana: 28th July 2016: (Punjab Screen Bureau):
Indian Doctors for Peace and Development (IDPD) has expressed anguish at the loss of precious human lives and injury in the ongoing violence in Kashmir. In a statement released IDPD has demanded that the use of pellet guns to control the crowed should be immediately stopped hence forthwith. The pellets can make a person infirm and even handicapped. This has happened in Kashmir where several people have lost their eye sight which has caused serious physical and mental trauma to the victims and the families. IDPD has offered any medical help to the needy as has been done in the past during the earthquake in 2005 and floods in 2014. We also appeal to all concerned to shun violence and sort out the issues through dialogue. Statement was issued by Dr S S Soodan (President), Dr Shakeel Ur Rahman (General Secretary) and Dr Arun Mitra (Sr. Vice President:.