215th Central Working Committee meeting of the Indian Medical Association commences at Hotel Clarks Shiraz in Agra
Organized by the IMA UP Branch, the meeting sees attendance of over 350 IMA leaders from across State branches
New Delhi, April 02, 2016: The annual Central Working Committee meeting of the Indian Medical Association, the oldest and largest representative organization of doctors of modern scientific medicine commenced today in the historical city of Agra. The two-day meeting being organized by IMA’s UP branch has seen attendance of over 350 State heads of the National body.
Prominent IMA leaders present at the meeting include Dr. A Marthanda Pillai – Immediate Past President IMA, Dr Vinay Aggarwal – Chairman Organizing Committee and Past President IMA, Dr SS Agarwal – National President IMA, Dr KK Aggarwal – Honorary Secretary General IMA & Dr Sharad Aggarwal – Chairman Reception Committee. The Chief Guest and conference mentor is none other than Dr. Ketan Desai – President Elect World Medical Association.
The main agenda of the Central Working Committee is to evaluate and discuss issues of National importance affecting the functioning and efficacy of the medical community in the country. The primary issue being the increasing violence against doctors as well as redundant laws which the medical fraternity is being subjected to including coming under the ambit of the consumer protection act, issue of unjustified compensation in cases of medical negligence as well as the unjust nature PCPNDT Act.