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TN Doctors Differ With Delhi Doctors on the Strike Issue

by Medindia Content Team on May 18, 2006 at 8:55 PM
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TN Doctors Differ With Delhi Doctors on the Strike Issue

Recently the doctors in Tamilnadu said that the doctors in Delhi are not attending the patients which are against their duty. Hence it is asking the doctors to call of the strike.

Dr Deivanayagam, former director of Institute of Thoracic Medicine, Tambaram, said that though the strike is for a valid reason regarding the proposed reservation in elite educational institutions, it said that the doctors should not shrink from their duty of attending to patients. Representatives of various doctors' organizations led by Doctors Association for Social Equality (DASC) condemned the strike.

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