19 medical stores in Kathmandu face music

KATHMANDU: The Department of Drug Administration (DDA) on Tuesday suspended 19 medical stores in Kathmandu Valley after they was found operating without license.

Issuing a notice on Tuesday, the Department suspended the medical stores for four to fifteen days as per the Drugs Act.

There is a provision that the medical store should be operated only after obtaining the license.

The DDA took action against Luksi Vetpharma in Koteshwor, Gandhi Manohara Community Health Centre in Kageshwori Manahara, Sapantirtha Pharmacy in Tokha, Prakritik Baipas Pharmacy, Jhorali Pharmacy in Tokha, Emergency Medical Hall, Nandakrishna Pharmacy, Subedi Pharmacy, Anamol Pharmacy and Siddhi Pharmacy among others.


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