Telangana: Private doctors to strike work today

Telangana: Private doctors to strike work today

Telangana: Private doctors to strike work today

In Bengaluru, around 200 medical students under the Karnataka Medical Students and Youth Doctors Association gathered on Monday to hold a protest.

Outpatient services in private and government hospitals in the state are likely to be hit on Tuesday due to the protest by doctors against the National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill. The NMC Bill also proposes to allow graduates of alternative medicine fields to practice allopathic medicine after completing a "bridge course".

With doctors staying off duty, the protest against the new bill has left many patients in the lurch.

India's Health Ministry has asked all federal government hospitals to take necessary steps to ensure that healthcare and emergency services not be affected by a strike call from the Indian Medical Association (IMA) against new medical law.

Parthiv Sanghvi of Indian Medical Association says that the central government has left us with no option but to call it a "black day" in the history of medical profession.

The former president of IMA said Dr K K Aggarwal also slammed the proposed bill.

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The implementation of the new bill of the government under National Commission proposal will strengthen the medical colleges.

Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar informed the Lok Sabha "after taking into the consideration the demands of several members of the House and medical fraternity, the National Medical Commission Bill has been referred to the Parliamentary Standing Committee".

He said the slogan for the medical community is 'No to NMC (National Medical Commission). "Secondly, the NMC will make medical education another fertile ground for bureaucratic red tapism".

"In its present form, the Bills is detrimental to both the public and modern medicine in India".

It further said that the penalty of Rs5 crore to Rs100 crore will also open the floodgates of corruption.

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