Dear Drs ,
We all KGAMOA Executives of State & District met to discuss about for the single agenda of ‘AYUSH Merge with HFW’, @ Directorate today.
We along with DAOs at first met director & discussed to know about the present status of above issue.
Later, along with DAOs we all executives & president discussed in detail about…..
* what are the different causes which lead to present situation ?
* All the attended DAOs expressed there views & opinions frankly and finally they agreed to support KGAMOAs Constructive Activities in future .
* Few executives also expressed there dissatisfaction about some DAOs way of administration in the beginning,
But later all discussed calmly and agreed to work together in confidence for the good cause of our ayush department integrity.
Finally we all came to the conclusion as, “Ayush department should stay & serve independently”.
So, we all met Health Minister in the evening with a memorandum & tried to convince him our above eagerness in a team, that If present Dept Org system changes a bit, it may be a big obstruction for the growth of ayush department .
HM assured us that he will discuss with Concerned officers of Govt. to retain the same Ayush Department Organisation chart, as it is.
Shortly HM may call & ask our Nature of work of all the different cadre officers , present achievements & action plans , justification for above all in detail with constraints for speedy growth of ayush department. So we expects feedback regarding this from all DAOs & Executives.
at last , DAOs & Executives departed with a glad & eagerness to meet regularly at least once in 2-3 months, to avoid the difference of opinions in between And to work together in a constructive way for department interest.
Dr.Raju shet – President & Dr.Kantharaj – G.sec.,
We specially thank the below KGAMOA state Executives, Dist Executives & Members for supporting & responding actively for the meeting, which called in a short notice.
Along with DAOs
Dr. Sangamesh kalahal,
Dr.B G Patil,
Dr.veerana Gouda patil,
& all other Drs who supported indirectly ….