In Rajasthan, the strike of doctors in protest against the Right to Health Bill is not going to stop. The doctors have bluntly told the government that they want the bill back. If the bill is not withdrawn, the strike will continue. Here, doctors protested in the capital Jaipur on Monday. Hundreds of doctors marched on foot outside SMS Medical College in Jaipur. Here, in protest against the bill and in support of doctors, the Indian Medical Association (IMA) has called for a nationwide shutdown on Monday, in which it has been said to stop medical services.
The march started from SMS Medical College at around 11 am and passed through Gokhale Hostel Marg, Information Centre Tonk Road, Ashok Marg, Rajput Sabha Bhawan, MI Road, Ajmeri Gate, New Gate, Albert Hall and returned to the medical college.
Earlier on Sunday, a delegation of doctors had a meeting with Chief Secretary Usha Sharma, but it remained inconclusive. The doctors are adamant on the demand to withdraw the bill, while the government is adamant on implementing the bill. In such a situation, the public has to bear the brunt of this fight. Problems are increasing due to people not getting treatment on time.
Residents are still on strike in hospitals attached to government medical colleges in Jaipur and other cities of the state. Due to the strike of residents for more than 7 days, the medical system has collapsed across the state. But no solution seems to be coming out.
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