Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Monday slammed the Modi authorities for the police motion in opposition to resident medical doctors within the nationwide capital who took to the streets to protest the delay in NEET-PG counselling.
“Showering of flower petals from PR (public relations), in actuality it’s raining injustice. I stand with #CovidWarriors in opposition to the tyranny of the central authorities,” the previous Congress president stated on Twitter.
“In instances of Corona, these younger medical doctors supported the residents of the complete nation by staying away from their family members. Now could be the time to face with the medical doctors and get up Narendra Modi ji who used police drive on them and ignored their calls for. Doctors want respect and what’s their proper, not false PR,” AICC Common Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra stated on Twitter.
Resident medical doctors of government-run hospitals on Monday intensified their stir over the delay in NEET-PG 2021 counselling and took out a march from Maulana Azad Medical School in central Delhi to the Supreme Courtroom.
Nonetheless, the protesters had been stopped by the police resulting in scuffles. At least 12 protestoes had been detained by the police and launched later.
The Federation of Resident Doctors’ Affiliation (FORDA) has been spearheading the protest for the final a number of days.
The federal government had showered flower petals on medical doctors and healthcare employees throughout the nationwide lockdown final 12 months as a gesture of gratitude for his or her contribution in tackling the COVID-19 pandemic.
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