ISLAMABAD  – Riaz Fatyana, Chairman National Assembly standing committee on human right and President Pakistan Psychological Association (PPA) would table a bill in National Assembly for establishment of Pakistan Psychological Council (PPC) in the country. While presiding a meeting of central executive body of PPA here, he said frustration is quite high in our society which de-motivated people from working for the national interest.He said psychology covers the entire life of human beings and through advance research in this area many problems can be resolved in an amicable way, adding that passage of PPC bill from the Parliament is the need of the hour. “We are working on draft of the Pakistan Psychological Council and it would be table in the National Assembly soon”, Fatyana stated. On prevailing situation in the country, he blamed that it was caused by psychological trauma, which led to violence in society. Fatyana urged the need of establishing psychological and addiction trauma centers.Fatyana said psychosocial issues badly affected mental health, daily routine life of masses, relationships and even physical health of people. He also invited students of Psychology to become member of the PPA and conduct research on psychological issues faced by the people.The President PPA said that the government should appoint at least one psychiatrist in each district of country to help psyche patients.The meeting was attended by Irfan Kisana, Secretary General PPA, executive members of the association Ghulam Murtaza Bodla, Nasir Jamil and Tanvir Kayani.