Around 50,000 doctors in private hospitals in Karnataka are abstaining from duties today for 24 hours to protest against the proposed provisions in the soon to be tabled Private Medical Establishments (amendment) bill
National IMA fully supports the bandh and requests the chief minister to look into the demands immediately and do not force the doctors to go for an indefinite strike.
Commenting on the strike National President Dr KK Aggarwal said that this is the second time the Karnataka Unit had to represent on the roads in the past six months. If the demands are not met National IMA will join the protest and an All India strike will be called for.
Dr Aggarwal said that medical profession is aware that strike is not community friendly and is not the dharma of medical profession but the chief minister should be equally liable if he forces the medical profession to go for an all India strike.
The fight is to protest against the proposed provisions including
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