Govt likely to repeal three pharma Acts

The government is likely to introduce legislation in the winter session of parliament to repeal three pharmaceutical-related laws.

The prime minister’s office has written to the department of pharmaceuticals seeking its views and asked it to prepare for the introduction of the Bill to repeal three acts—the Pharmacy (Amendment) Act, 1959 (24 of 1959); the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Educational and Research (Amendment) Act, 2002 (28 of 2002); and the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Educational and Research (Amendment) Act, 2007 (19 of 2007) according to a 6 November PMO letter reviewed by Mint.
(The legislative department is) seeking your comments/concurrence to facilitate introduction of a Bill to for repeal of the identified Acts in the next session of the Parliament,  the prime minister’s office said in the letter.

 

The Mint, 14th November 2016

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