Write “Shri Hari” at the top of the prescription, Hindi drug names below: MP CM


Bhopal: In favor of using Hindi language in drug prescription, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has urged doctor to write Hindi drug names below with ‘Shri Hari’ in high.

“Why can’t the drug names be written in Hindi, write Shri Hari at the top and the drug names at the bottom,” Chouhan said on Saturday.

Chouhan made the remarks while addressing the Hindi Vyakhyan Program at Bharat Bhawan in the state capital, Bhopal. Strongly in favor of prescribing drugs in English, he said if the prescription is a crocin drug, “then write it in Hindi, what’s the problem?”

“I don’t have much to say because we have to. Hindi University is the result of this, it is another matter whether it has been less successful or more,” Chouhan said.

He said the government was not against English but awareness of the national language was needed.

“Today, this mentality is wrong according to which the work cannot be done without English. I have seen many medical students drop out of medical school just because their English was not good,” he said.

He cited examples of some countries where work is done in native languages ​​and which have made great strides in the field of science and technology.

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