Bihar: NMCH Junior Doctors Boycott Work Third Time In Seven Days

Sushant Ranjan

Patna, April 28, 2021: Junior doctors of Nalanda Medical College and Hospital (NMCH) in Patna have boycotted work again. All the junior doctors have gone on strike for the third time in 7 days. This has increased the difficulty of COVID patients admitted to the hospital.

The junior doctors of NMCH angered by the constant harassment and misbehaviour of the relatives of the Corona patients have decided to boycott the work. Also, five demands have been put before the government as a condition to return to work.

Dr Ramchandra, a member of the Junior Doctors Association of NMCH, said that the junior doctors will boycott the work till the demand is met.

He said, “The lack of resources and the uproar of the relatives of the patients are related to each other. Due to lack of resources and manpower, there is a problem in treatment, patients die, after which the families of the deceased misbehave with the doctors. We will not be able to handle more than 150 beds in the event of shortages of manpower.”

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