A seminar entitled ‘Spread of Antibiotics Resistance in Bangladesh
A seminar entitled ‘Spread of Antibiotics Resistance in Bangladesh’ organized by Bangladesh Livestock Society (BLS) was held at the University of Rajshahi.
Presided over by Dr Md. Jalal Uddin Sarder, Professor of RU and President of Bangladesh Livestock Society, the seminar was attended, among others, by Dr. M. Khalequzzaman, Professor of the department of Zoology of RU as the chief guest while Deputy Director of the Department of Livestock Services, agriculturist Md. Shah Jamal, Dr Monjur Hossain, Professor of the department of Botany, Zonal Sales Manager of ACI Animal Health Kbd. Md. Rashedul Hasan Mridha were present as special guests.
The seminar was conducted by General Secretary of BLS Dr. M. Hemayetul Islam Arif while renowned researcher of university Medical, Uppsala University of Sweden Dr. Md. Badrul Hasan presented the key note paper and Md. Masudul Haque Nilu delivered the welcome speech and Md. Enamul Haque, Md Mizanur Rahman, NTV correspondence Mr. Sazu made a question how we will prevent it at the function. The seminar was also attended by Dr. Rokeya sultan, Dr Jasim Uddin, Dr. Israt Zerin Moni and final year students of DVM of RU.
Chief Guest of the seminar Professor Dr. M. Khalequzzaman called upon Human and animal sectors to work together to ensure safe food production. Dr Badrul Hasan at his key note speech mentioned, due to global marketing system we should not safe alone without world concern, the bacteria are spreading fast and growing resistance through food production chain. Professor Dr Monjur Hossain said, due to non disposal of wastes properly, the vegetables which are being produced by using drain water carrying wastes and garbage of Rajshahi Medical College Hospital are likely to be infected with bacteria and various germs earliar
it published by The Daily protom Alo newspaper. General Secretary Dr. Arif Said our poultry industry use antibiotic without promoted by vet and all the chemist sell antibiotic regardless of doctor suggestions. BLS president Dr. Sarder concluded by arise a question ‘could we minimize antibiotic use for our next generation?