PATNA: Medical offerings at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Patna, and Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (IGIMS) were disrupted after docs went on a strike on Thursday to protest in opposition to the National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill tabled in Rajya Sabha on Thursday.
AIIMS, Patna, director Dr. PK Singh stated all medical doctors went on an indefinite strike from 5 pm onwards on Thursday, paralyzing medical services, consisting of emergency. At IGIMS, junior docs protested at the NMC Bill’s premises and forcefully shut down the outpatient department (OPD), emergency and operation theatres. Indian Medical Association (IMA) kingdom senior VP Dr. Ajay Kumar stated, “The bandh on Thursday was called through Resident Doctors’ Association and IMA Medical Student Networks (IMAMSN).
IMAMSN convener Gaurav Kumar and countrywide counseling contributors—Pranes Raman and Anshuman— via a press assertion, stated they’ll preserve their protest until the imperative authorities roll back the NMC bill. As a mark of protest, that they had also sent postcards to the Union fitness minister Dr. Harshvardhan with a message
-“You have shamed us.”
Throughout the country, doctors had boycotted OPD services for 24 hours starting from 6 am on Wednesday as a part of a nationwide strike referred to as through the IMA, in which personal practitioners also joined. Bihar: Situation of flood better
ISTPATNA: There has been a mild allow-up within the flood fury with the water degree of primary rivers flowing via north Bihar being consistent or decreasing in the affected thirteen districts where over 88 lakh human beings have been stricken by floods given that July 13.
The water resources branch (WRD) on Wednesday stated its engineers and other personnel had been engaged within the emergency flood safety paintings at seven susceptible points due to the water pressures of Kosi, Ganga, Kareh, Gandak, Bagmati, and Lalbekiya rivers inside the affected districts.
WRD stated the water level in all the predominant and minor rivers changed into both constant or falling. Assure no protest on roads to get bail: Patna excessive court tells Pappu Yadav.
PATNA: The Patna high court on Wednesday positioned a rider on granting anticipatory bail to former MP Rajesh Ranjan alias Pappu Yadav that he could have to supply a challenge to the court now not to protest on the roads in future because it ends in visitors snarls.
“Let him stay away from roads. Let the visitors circulate, and he’s going to get bail,” Justice Chakradhari Sharan Singh instructed Pappu’s suggestion even as hearing his anticipatory bail plea in a case associated with a protest march at Gardanibagh on December 21 ultimate 12 months. Pappu and his supporters had been trying to pass toward Raj Bhavan, a prohibited place, leading to a conflict with police and violence in the location. On May 29, the courtroom of ADJ-XVIII had rejected Pappu’s anticipatory bail plea. Pappu’s recommend Yogesh Chandra Verma pleaded for Passover to search for education from the petitioner on the matter. The court docket adjourned the problem and published it for listening to on Thursday once more.
Along with his supporters, Pappu had held a protest march on December 21, closing 12 months over the Muzaffarpur government refuge domestic rape case and “deteriorating law and order state of affairs” inside the kingdom. When police stopped them from moving in the direction of Raj Bhavan, Pappu’s supporters resorted to stone-pelting. They indulged in arson, in which then Gardanibagh police station SHO Manoranjan Bharti and some others were injured.