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letter sent to Amit Shah regarding the protection of doctors
letter sent to Amit Shah regarding the protection of doctors

In the midst of the outbreak of Corona, the people of India have been boosting the morale of the doctors engaged in the treatment of people day and night. However, there are some people who are attacking the people associated with the medical staff of the country. Many such incidents have come before us. Now where a letter has been written to the Union Home Minister Amit Shah for action in such cases. The Federation of Resident Doctors Association (FORDA) has written a letter to Home Minister Amit Shah expressing concern about the attacks on doctors. The letter calls for several incidents of attacks on doctors and a Central Protection Act for doctors.

For your information, tell us tell you that many incidents have also been mentioned in this letter in the name of Amit Shah. It has been told about the case of Bhopal and Noida. The letter said that for the corona virus epidemic in the country, from doctors to other health care staff are fighting their battle vigorously. Despite this, such incidents are happening with these warriors. FORDA condemns such incidents and demands the imposition of non-bailable offenses.

The Central Protection Act for doctors was also demanded from Amit Shah between lockdown and corona prevention. It was said that a similar demand was made by us earlier also. This is the need of doctors. At the same time, necessary action was demanded from the Home Minister. Let us tell you that apart from Bhopal, Indore and Noida, there have been reports of misconduct from doctors and other health care staff from many places.

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