Mass Protest Rally against Resident Doctors Tomorrow


Mass Protest Rally against Resident Doctors Tomorrow

Delegates of the Mewar Kshatriya Mahasabha met with members of the Bar Association to call for their support in the rally against resident doctors tomorrow, on 17th July. The meeting took place in the Bar Association Auditorium at the Court Premises today.

 
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Mass Protest Rally against Resident Doctors TomorrowDelegates of the Mewar Kshatriya Mahasabha met with members of the Bar Association to call for their support in the rally against resident doctors tomorrow, on 17th July. The meeting took place in the Bar Association Auditorium at the Court Premises today.

The Bar Association has declared to keep the court closed for tomorrow and promised all support for the rally.

“We all condemn the act of misbehavior of resident doctors with patients in M.B. Hospital. Their frequent calls for strike are the cause of distress for the general public. Bar Association stands with the Kshatriya Mahasabha for the initiative taken up by them,” a member of the Bar Association Advocate, Hukum Raj Singh Ranawat stated.

Balu Singh Kanawat, President of the Mewar Kshatriya Mahasabha also accused the Hospital Administration of selling counterfeit medicinal drugs and speculated the possibility of a larger “gang” at work behind the doors. He also added that the movement will continue until action is taken against the alleged culprit doctors.

Tomorrow’s rally will start at Town Hall from 10:30 am and arrive at the Collectorate via Suraj Pol, Bapu Bazaar. Demonstrations and protests will be held in front of the Collectorate. The rally has gathered support of more than 150 organizations including Muslim Mahasabha, VHP, Shooldharini Sena, Shivsena, Dharmostav Samiti, and communities including Prajapat, Dawoodi Bohra, Meghwal, Yaduvashi Sindhi etc.

The Marble Association, Bar Association, Nilima Sukhadia from Congress, Dinesh Bhatt and Pramod Samar from BJP will also endorse the rally.

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