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Science seminar of Homoeopapathic Parishad held

13 January 2022


Chattogram Bureau :
A science-based seminar titled "Single medicine selection & instant recovery method" was  held  on Friday last  at Science Parishad Bhaban in the city  as arranged by Bangladesh Homoeopathic Parishad, Chattogram District unit with its President Prof. Dr. Devabratha  Bhattachariya in the chair. Noted homoeopath & Director of Royal Homoeo Academy Dr. BK Das was the chief guest in the seminar.
The principal speaker in the seminar was Dr.Mridul Kanti Dey .BAHOP chattogram district vice president Dr.Chandra Paul presented  keynote paper in it. BAHOP  vice president Dr.SM Saleh Jahangir, district  secretary  Dr. Enamul Hoque Enam, Dr.Sakina Akhter Laki, Principal Dr. PC Saha, Journalist Dr. M. Mahtab Hossain Majed were the special guests in the seminar. Chair of the seminar Dr.Devbratha Battachariya, Chief guest Dr.BK Das and the principal speaker Drrr. Mridul Kanti Dey in separate deliverations  said Homoeopathy  is a science based treatment which help  to facilitate the treatment of cronic diseases.
The speakers in the seminar emphasised the homoeo treatment  which is symptom based  treatment  method and able to cure the deadly diseases , Among others, Dr. Sadhan Kanti dey, Dr. Omar Faruk, Dr.Mrinal Kanti Nath, Dr.Shafiqul Islam, Dr. Promoth Das, Dr.Khairunnesa Munni, Dr. Niva Rani Paul, Dr. Jahirul Islam, Dr.Nazimuddin, Dr.Abid Hasan, Dr.Anima Paul, Dr. Manzushree chowdhury, Dr.Kaberi Barua, Dr.Md.Ehsan, Dr. Rehana sultana and Dr.Indrajit Mohajon participated the discussions of the seminar, a BAHOP sources said.

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