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AMU: 400 resident doctors continue strike for 8th day


AMU: 400 resident doctors continue strike for 8th day

Aligarh: The strike at the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College with over 400 resident doctors participating in it entered its eighth day on Thursday.

 

The striking medicos are protesting over a recent incident, where a female doctor was allegedly harassed by a student union member of AMU. Doctors are now demanding the accused’s suspension.

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Source: agency inputs
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  1. Yes.. having to study for 12 years in Medical College, sacrificing enough of every valuable things in the most productive youthful time…Doctors deserve beatings, abuses…nothing more than that….Yes proud to be a doctor..

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    DR SUSHILA SAHU April 7, 2018, 12:13 pm

    All over the country, doctors are abused and assaulted and no one is bothered .When they protest the whole country wakes up to condemn them. If an IAS officer is touched, criminal cases are registered, if a Govt doctor is beaten up , nothing happens; while same Govt. rules are applicable in both the cases.
    Where is this country heading? It is quite natural that the good old doctor with noble intentions will soon become an extinct species.

  3. All doctors should be mentally prepared to be abused and beaten by anyone as a normal pitfall of doing their duties. No need to go on strike and causing trouble to patients , whose relatives are docile.