FORDA To Continue Strike; Resident Doctors of Hindu Rao, Kasturba Hospitals Join Protest
NEET-PG 2021 Counselling: Despite Union Health Minister expressing regret for any misbehavior on the part of police and urging resident doctors to resume work amid rising cases of COVID-19, Hindu Rao and Kasturba Hospitals The doctors have decided to extend their support to the protesting resident. Withdraw doctors and their services with immediate effect. The Resident Doctors’ Association has written a letter to the Medical Superintendent of Hindu Rao Hospital, stating that the resident doctors and interns have called for withdrawal of all services, including emergency, to register their protest against the alleged violence against the resident doctors. has decided. Supreme Court. Also Read – ‘United In Fight For Justice’: Resident Doctors Association Says To Continue Strike
“We resident doctors are under a lot of stress due to the delay,” The Indian Express quoted Tanuraj Tyagi, president of the Resident Doctors’ Association of Hindu Rao. Sunil Kumar, president of Kasturba Hospital Resident Doctors’ Association, also wrote a similar letter asking for withdrawal from all services including emergency. Also read- Why are the doctors protesting for the last 11 days and what are their demands. Explained
Yesterday, several small hospitals came out in support of protesting resident doctors after they were allegedly thrashed by police on Monday while being detained during their march to the Supreme Court. Resident doctors from hospitals attached to medical colleges in the city as well as in other states reached Safdarjung Hospital on Tuesday morning amid heavy police force deployment. Barricading was also done at all the gates of the hospital. Also read- Resident doctors body FAIMA announces complete withdrawal of healthcare services across the country from December 29
Protest may reach other hospitals of the Municipal Corporation
As per the published report, senior doctors of North MCD said that if the issue (delay in NEET-PG 2021 counseling) is not resolved, the protest may reach to other municipal hospitals as well. The North MCD presides over hospitals such as Hindu Rao, Maharishi Valmiki Infectious Diseases Hospital, Kasturba Hospital, Girdhari Lal Maternity Hospital and Rajan Babu Institute of Pulmonary Medicine and Tuberculosis, besides 21 dispensaries, 63 obstetric and child welfare centres, 17 polyclinics and seven maternity home. There are at least 500 resident doctors working in these.
Ford will continue strike
Resident doctors in Delhi, who have been protesting the delay in NEET PG 2021 counseling for the past 12 days, on Tuesday decided to continue with the agitation, as the meeting between their federation’s delegation and the Union health minister did not make any progress.
A meeting was held between a delegation of Federation of Resident Doctors Association (FORDA) and Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya at Nirman Bhawan in Delhi, but the doctors’ body said, “the response was not satisfactory”.
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— forda india (@FordaIndia) December 28, 2021
Tension between doctors and police in Delhi
Significantly, a large number of resident doctors are protesting in Delhi over the delay in NEET-PG 2021 counseling. During the protest on Monday, a clash broke out between the police and the doctors on the road in ITO. The scene of the ITO shows both male and female doctors being scuffled by the police force.
Doctors raised slogans like ‘we want justice’ and tried to boost each other’s morale after a face-off with the police on Monday after a dramatic scene was witnessed at Sarojini Nagar police station.
Following this, the Federation of All India Medical Associations (FAIMA) issued a statement in which it called for “unprovoked brute force” by the Delhi Police on its associates who have been protesting in Delhi and several other states since last month. Did. With their demand for immediate announcement of NEET PG 2021 counseling schedule.
“However, the lathi-charge on our resident doctors and the mistreatment of several female residents by male police personnel during their peaceful demonstration is a pathetic display of the brazen attitude of the officers, which we can believe will go so far down.” A statement called for a complete withdrawal of all health services across the country from 8 am on December 29.