New Delhi: Electrohomeopathic Research and Development Organization of India demands for the recognition of the Electro homeopathy from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India, ERDO submitted the proposal to the ministry and seek the approval earliest. Whereas the representatives of Uttrakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Punjab, Delhi, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Orissa, Bengal, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, and Haryana were also present while offering the proposal to the Ministry. On this demand, the ERDO also organized a press conference at Press Club of India located at Raisina Road.
Dr. Bahubali Shah, former President of Homoeopathic Council, Maharashtra, was also present in this press conference he praised the importance and efficacy of electro homeopathy, and he said that electro homeopathy is a cheap, accessible and harmless medical practice which requires the hardening of adoption. He also raised the question in the conference that electro-homeopathic medicine is used as an alternative system of medicine in the majority of Europe, why so much delay in recognition of electro homeopathy medicine in our country is being done.
In the Press conference, Dr. KPS Chauhan, National President of the ERDO, said that his organization has submitted the proposal while fulfilling all the terms given by the Ministry and he expects from the Government of India to set up an electro homeopathy by granting recognition to its physicians and grant their constitutional rights. Dr. Chauhan further added his words by saying that this method is not progressing due to non-control of electro homeopathic therapy. On this occasion, Dr. Jagdeep Singh Narang, Patron of ERDO, Satish Jagdale, Vice President, Dr. Ajit Singh and Secretary, Dr. S. Sharma was also present.