STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Financial Commissioner, Health and Medical Education, Attal Dulloo on Friday held a meeting here to review the functioning of Jan Aushadi and Amrit Stores in Jammu and Kashmir. The meeting was attended by Director Health Services Jammu, Dr Renu Sharma, Mission Director NHM, Bhupinder Kumar, Director New Medical College, Dr Yashpal Sharma, AD Schemes DHS Jammu, Dr Sunil Sharma, State Drug Controller, Lokita Khajuria and other concerned. Speaking on the occasion, the Financial Commissioner appreciated the efforts of DHSJ and said that they have a commendable job in opening up of the JA and Amrit stores in the division and directed the officers of Jammu and Kashmir to gear up their efforts so that all the JA and Amrit stores are made functional soon. It was stated that civil works on two Amrit stores at Super Specialty Hospital Jammu and Government Dental Hospital Jammu have been completed and remaining works on the rest of the five stores will be completed by November 25, 2019. In Kashmir, two Amrit stores at Super Specialty Hospital and Bone & Joint Hospital are complete and are ready commissioning and the works on rest of Amrit stores in Kashmir at different locations are at various stages of completion. It was informed in the meeting that out of 55 JA stores in J&K, 18 will be operated by government and 37 on private basis. About the Jan Aushaudi stores in Jammu, it was informed that 15 stores are fully functional and rest will be made functional soon. Financial Commissioner said that second phase of opening of Amrit and Jan Aushaudi stores in Jammu and Kashmir will be undertaken and said that 20 stores will be opened in the second phase at viable locations.
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