Violence against doctors | Andhra Pradesh Chapter of the Indian Medical Association protested June 18

“We will gather together with our staff in front of our hospitals wearing black dresses, black flags with posters saying ‘Save the Savior,'” doctors said.

As part of the nationwide protest, the Indian Medical Association (IMA), the Andhra Pradesh Section and its members will protest across the state against violence against doctors on June 18.

IMA-Andhra Pradesh President Dr. N. Subrahmanyam, President-elect, IMA COVID The chairman of the task force, Dr. C. Srinivasa Raju, and Secretary of State Dr. G. Nanda Kishore announced in a publication Tuesday that all medical staff will be holding demonstrations in protest of the series of physical violence against doctors and verbal tirades by Baba Ramdev against government sponsored pandemic programs such as vaccinations, COVID Administration and degradation of modern medicine.

We will gather together with our staff in front of our hospitals wearing black dresses, black flags with placards that say “Save the Savior,” they said.

However, given the pandemic crisis, no services would be affected or discontinued due to the protest, it said.

IMA calls on state and central governments to honor all deceased physicians as martyrdom and give their families solatium under the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Package (PMGKP) and the violence against physicians through the proclamation of “Health Care Workers and Clinical Facilities.” (Prohibition) of violence and property damage), including mandatory safety structure.

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