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Doctors Will Also Stop Emergency Service In Gig Hospitals From December 6

Due to a lack of counseling, resident doctors have stopped emergency services in hospitals along with OPD services.

Resident doctors in Delhi now shut down emergency facilities

Resident doctors have now announced the closure of emergency services against the delay in NEET counseling. Resident doctors tightening their stance It informed on Saturday that from Monday, December 6, they would boycott the emergency services of all major government hospitals across the country. This can cause a lot of trouble to the patients.

Patients facing problems

In other hospitals of the capital Delhi, RML, and Lady Hoarding, the resident doctor has closed all kinds of OPD facilities. Due to this strike, lakhs of patients coming to the hospitals are facing problems. Even two days ago, the Federation of Resident Doctors in Safdarjung went on strike for their demands but their demands were not fulfilled. For which there is a continuous strike. Resident doctors are on strike today over the delay in NEET-PG 2021 counseling in several government hospitals in Delhi. That is why all the services in Safdarjung Hospital have been completely stopped today.

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Assurance sought from DG doctor in writing

To end the strike by the government. DG Dr. Sunil Kumar arrived to convince the resident doctors. Everyone demanded assurance in writing from him. All the resident doctors say. Verbal assurances have been given in the past as well, but our demands are not being fulfilled. Clearly saying to all the resident doctors that till we do not get any concrete or written letter, we are not going to back down.

FORDA’s National Joint Secretary Dr Kul Saurabh Kaushik said

Dr. Kul Saurabh Kaushik said. We request all the parties and administrative authorities to ensure that The process of recruiting new doctors should be completed as soon as possible. Resident doctors of three central government hospitals in the national capital have suspended OPD services since November 27 as a protest against the delay in counseling.

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