AIIMS resident doctors extend support to DDU doctors on strike

Thursday, April 6, 2017

New Delhi: The AIIMS residents doctors have threatened to join the ongoing strike by residents doctors at west Delhi’s Deen Dayal Upadhyay (DDU) Hospital if the government doesn’t intervene urgently.

The resident doctors of DDU Hospital went on an indefinite strike on Wednesday after senior resident doctor Shashank Srivastav and special security guard Vikram Chauhan were allegedly assaulted by relatives of a patient on Sunday.

A case was registered in this regard at Hari Nagar police station and three persons — Amresh Kumar, Mukesh and Nirmal Kumar — were arrested and sent to judicial custody, reports The Hindu.

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