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IMA protests against proposal to dissolve MCI, gets WMA support


IMA protests against proposal to dissolve MCI, gets WMA support

Doctors affiliated with the Indian Medical Association (IMA), today held a protest nationwide against the government’s proposal to dissolve the Medical Council of India (MCI) and replace it with National Medical Commission.

Around 2.7 lakh IMA members held dharnas–‘Stop National Medical Commission IMA Satyagraha’– in over 500 cities simultaneously between 11 AM and 1 PM today.




Source: PTI
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  1. Dear registered doctors,

    All of you are voters in MCI elections. How many times have you voted since your registration? Ballots are sent to registered voters by post. How many times have you received your ballots? In 42 years, I have received my ballot paper only once and that too after a great deal of effort. My address was updated and still ballot papers were being sent to my 42 years old address. This is the method used for rigging elections. Your votes are being cast by others by capturing ballot papers from post offices. Will you raise your voice against this rigging?

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    DR.bHASKER BANERJI November 18, 2016, 11:29 am

    I am in total solidarity with the stand of IMA.

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    Dr.Vijendra Rao.Tamanamu November 18, 2016, 9:36 am

    Its good to protest and bringing out our Opinion on this Important issue of Scrapping of duly Elected MCI and to replace with NON Autonomous Appointed Body NMC.
    My appeal to all Medical Doctor MP\’s MLA\’s, MLC\’s ZP\’s and other Doctors in various Political Parties, Should cut across their political Parties and Unitedly represent to the National Govt. through their respective Parliament, State assembly, ZP\’s, only then a Positive action and resopnse from our Govt can be expected.

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    Dr dilip kumar katiyar November 17, 2016, 8:32 pm

    There is corruption even in parliament. It should also be dissolved. What is the guarantee that NMC would be a corruption free pious body.

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    Dr Ramesh Vardhan November 17, 2016, 5:32 pm

    The Head office/ Higher up has to take decision based on report submitted the MCI inspectors. The copy of the same report is handed over to respective college Head, if there is difference, He has Every right to raise objections, they can even file case in court. It is colleges who earn money by wrong means , look at 30 cores confiscated by I T department during their ride on vydhi MEDICAL COLLEGE. Let me suggest the Government to collect Tution directly from students, and same to be transferred to the respective private Medical colleges. It is welcome move by Honorable Supreme Court of India. The only Guys up set with MCI are private Medical colleges Who are corrupt.