Delhi Police crackdown on medics condemned

Delhi Police crackdown on medics condemned

Cops and doctors enter into a scuffle in Delhi on Monday. Manas Ranjan Bhui

Bathinda, December 28

Doctors of the region condemned the police brutality on Delhi resident doctors, who have been protesting against a delay in NEET-PG counselling since November. The admission process of around 50,000 MBBS doctors (cleared NEET-PG in September) has been affected.

Also read: Protesting doctors, police face-off in Delhi

Dr Janak Raj Singla, Mansa chief, IMA, said: “The government is targeting doctors to cover up their incompetence. The future of new doctors seems to be in the dark.”

Dr Ranjit Singh Rai, vice-president, Punjab Civil Medical Services Association, said, “On one hand, there is a shortage of doctors and, on the other, the counselling is being delayed.” — TNS

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