AIIMS: Resident Doctors Called Off Their Strike Over NMC

Anju Bisht

, News


New Delhi: Subsequent to the meeting with Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Sunday, resident doctors at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) have called off their strike in protest against the National Medical Commission (NMC). From Monday onwards the doctors will resume their work.


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In a tweet, Harsh Vardhan said, “Met the delegation of resident doctors association from AIIMS and Safdarjung hospital. Cleared their misconceptions about the NMC bill. I have full faith that doctors will call off the strike and resume work in the interest of the patients.”



As due to the four days strike of doctors opposing the NMc bill, Monday will be a heavy rush day for OPD, the AIIMS doctors resuming work would be a boon.



Where Safdarjung RDA is yet to take a call on whether they would call it off or will continue the same. A meeting at the Indian Medical Association (IMA) is currently underway.


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