Delhi: The resident doctors had been demanding NEET PG counselling. The doctors had been protesting from last 14 days.
Resident doctors in Delhi have been protesting over delay in NEET PG counselling 2021. Recently, a faceoff was witnessed between doctors and police on Delhi streets.
Delhi: The resident doctors have been protesting over the delay in counselling in NEET-PG 2021 for the past 12 days in the national capital.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to look into ways to "personally resolve" the issue, as he asserted that doctors should be in hospitals, not streets when the coronavirus cases are rising again.
NEET PG Counselling 2021 stir intensified following a faceoff between protesting doctors and Delhi police. The doctors have alleged that many of their colleagues were injured in the police action.
NEET PG 2021 Counselling: The stir, led by the Federation of Resident Doctors' Association, has been going on for several days, and FORDA also said that several of its members were ‘detained’ when they tried to hold a protest march from Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) to Supreme Court.
The Twitter handle of FORDA shared a video clip in which a large number of doctors are seen protesting outside the premises of Nirman Bhawan, which also houses the office of Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya.
Resident doctors at Ram Manohar Lohia, Safdarjung and Lady Hardinge hospitals pointed out the "acute shortage" of resident doctors across the country as the counselling of NEET-PG 2021 batch has already been delayed by eight months.
Later, the NDMC also issued a statement, saying the strike had been called off after the mayor and the standing committee chairman "gave assurances" to the protesting doctors that their demands will be met.
Doctors Strike Delhi: Emergency services will not be affected, President of Municipal Corporation Doctors' Association(MCDA), Dr RR Gautam said as the NDMC Doctors went on an indefinite strike on Thursday.
The doctors had put forward multiple demands before the state government, including a hike in stipend and free treatment for them and their families if they contract Covid-19
Government college doctors demand the state government rectify anomalies in the pay revision of the college lecturers
Scheduled to continue till February 14, the Indian Medical Association said that its members shall be on a relay hunger strike
IMA has been protesting against the government's order allowing Ayurveda practitioners to perform surgery.
Doctors at NDMC-run hospitals have claimed that they haven’t received their salaries for the past three months.
Doctors at Delhi’s North Corporation-run hospitals have claimed that they haven’t received their salaries for the past three months.
Among their demands is that they too be given a hike of Rs 10,000 in stipends like the one provided to MBBS and dental resident doctors.
Health Minister C. Vijaya Baskar warned the doctors that they must end their protest and said if they failed to resume their duties, their posts would be declared vacant.
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