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Indian Medical Association stages protest collectorate
The Indian Medical Association members staged a protest in front of the district collectorate on Friday as part of the call given by their national body to observe National Protest Day against the attacks on the medical professionals.
Ongole: The Indian Medical Association members staged a protest in front of the district collectorate on Friday as part of the call given by their national body to observe National Protest Day against the attacks on the medical professionals.
The president and general secretaries of the IMA Prakasam district branch, Dr N Chandrasekhar Rao, Dr M Anjaneyulu said that the members of their association condemn the brutal attack on Dr Paribaha Mukherjee, the young doctor on duty at Dr NRS Medical College in Kolkata.
They said that the victim is fighting for his life now. They said that they are also condemning various grievous physical attacks on medical professionals in the recent past. They said that they have chosen to protest to say that the violence can't be tolerated anymore.
They demanded that the government see that comprehensive legislation is brought against the attacks on medical professionals and is approved in the parliament with immediate effect to strictly implement it. They demanded that the perpetrators should be apprehended and severely punished. The members of IMA announced that their agitation will continue if their demand is not met and will intensify in due course.