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West Bengal Doctor’s strike likely to be continued for next 2 days

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West Bengal Doctor’s strike: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee called on agitating junior doctors for a meeting in the state secretariat on Friday. However, doctors refused to say that it is a trick to break their unity. Mamta had convened the meeting to find a solution for the impasse that disrupted normal services in all the state medical colleges and hospitals for four days. Senior doctor Sukumar Mukherjee said that the Chief Minister gave time to meet the doctors at the state secretariat Nabanna at 5 pm on Saturday when the doctors did not come to the meeting. Mukherjee went to meet West Bengal CM Mamata with other senior doctors not involved in the agitation and to hold a two-hour meeting with the Chief Minister in the Secretariat to solve the problem.

After this, Mamta Banerjee asked Director of Medical Education Pradeep Mitra to convene three-four junior doctors in the secretariat for the meeting.

A spokesperson of Joint Forum of Joint doctors said, “This is a move to break our unity and movement. We will not attend any meeting in the state secretariat. The Chief Minister will have to come here (NRS Medical College and Hospital) and tomorrow’s SSKM Hospital He will have to apologize for the way he addressed us during the visit. “

Mamata, while visiting SSKM hospital on Thursday, had said that outsiders have come here to create obstacles in medical colleges, and this is the conspiracy of Asansol CPM and BJP. The junior doctors are agitating against the victim of a patient by a patient’s patient.

West Bengal doctor’s strike

The Indian Medical Association (IMA) has called for four days nationwide protests from Friday, expressing solidarity with doctors agitating in West Bengal and writing a letter to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, to stop violence against health workers in hospitals. Urged to create a central law for.

This top body of doctors in the country condemned violence against medical service personnel, including any type of violence, said that the protests starting from Friday will continue on Saturday and Sunday. In this, the doctor will install black colored bills and give a damn Besides, peace will take out the march. The IMA also called on the strike on June 17 for the closure of non-essential health services.

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