“Because our demands have been addressed, the AIIMS, New Delhi RDA has decided to call off the strike on December 29, 2021,” according to the statement.
After Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Mansukh Mandaviya stated that NEET PG 2021 counselling would be held as soon as possible, the Residential Doctors Association of All India Institute of Medical Sciences called off their boycott. The group reaffirmed its support for the protesting doctors, warning that if the authorities do not follow through on their commitment, it will ‘act in haste.’
The walkout by physicians at AIIMS has been put off.
A statement was issued in this regard. “Amid rising tensions over the Delhi Police’s mistreatment of protesting doctors on December 27, 2021, and a letter from RDA AIIMS New Delhi, the Union Minister met with resident doctors on December 28, 2021 and issued a press statement assuring that NEET PG 2021 counselling would be held as soon as possible.” According to the statement, he has also restarted his probe into the Delhi Police’s harassment of resident doctors.
The statement went on to say, “We hope that the problem will be handled as quickly as possible.” The AIIMS, New Delhi RDA has decided to call off the strike on December 29, 2021, via letter number. 96/RDA/2021, because our demands have been met.”
In the meantime, doctors from Safdarjung Hospital and other famous Delhi hospitals will continue to demonstrate.
“I called a meeting for all of the resident doctors.” Because the matter is still pending in the Supreme Court, we are unable to provide counselling. The hearing will take place on January 6th. “I hope NEET PG counselling would commence soon,” Mandaviya told the journalists after the meeting.
There is a squabble between physicians and cops in Delhi.
It’s worth mentioning that a big number of Delhi-based resident doctors are protesting the NEET-PG 2021 counselling delay. During a protest at ITO on Monday, the police and doctors got into a fight on the road. Both male and female doctors are mistreated by the cops on ITO tape.
The Federation of All India Medical Association (FAIMA) then issued a statement expressing shock at the ‘unprovoked use of force’ by Delhi police against their colleagues who have been protesting for the past month in Delhi and many other states, demanding the immediate announcement of the NEET PG 2021 counselling schedule.
“However, the use of force against our resident doctors and the manhandling of many female residents by male police officers during their peaceful demonstration is a pathetic display of the authorities’ shameless attitude, who we could believe would stoop so low,” it said in a statement, calling for a nationwide shutdown of all healthcare services starting at 8 a.m. on December 29.