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CM Naveen inaugurates National conference of Indian Forensic Medicine-2021

23/01/2021 at 3:22 PM

Bhubaneswar, Jan 23: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Saturday inaugurated the National conference of Indian forensic medicine-2021 and welcomed all the delegates from across the country and around the world.

Speaking at the event Naveen said, “ I am sure that the scientific deliberations on  issues in Forensic Medicine will throw new  lights on emerging techniques, advanced knowledge and newer tools. It will go a long way in enriching your  nowledge  in the field. The forensic interpretation of an event, involving human body, and mind, is a vital component of criminal justice system. Legal proceedings require  evidence to find out the real perpretators of crime. Here, forensic science comes handy in providing concrete evidence. Therefore, sophisticated knowledge in forensic  science is crucial to dispensation  of justice.”

“The SCB Medical College and Hospital, where this event is taking place, has been the backbone of healthcare in Odisha for almost a century now. This institution has a glorious history of academic excellence. Its alumni have distinguished themselves in their professional capacities in various institutes of national and international repute. Now, the state Government has started the process of  transformation of this great institute to a global standard healthcare institute with all the modern amenities,” the CM said.  

Odisha is known for its rich cultural heritage. It’s also a great place to unwind and experience the serene beauty of nature. I hope the delegates, who have made it to Odisha, will find time to enjoy the beautiful locales here, he further added.

“I assume the delegates, both offline and online, will have an exciting and intellectually stimulating discussion during the conference. I wish the Forensic Medicon 2021 a great success,” the Odisha CM said.  

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