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Resident physicians in Delhi have written to Health Ministry to express their worries about security

by Pragati Singh
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A team of resident physicians delivered a letter to top Union Health Ministry officials requesting the deployment of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) or the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) at hospitals so that they can operate freely in a secure and healthy atmosphere. “We would like to make a humble appeal on behalf of all the physicians in our nation to kindly deploy CISF/CRPF at their hospital so they may operate freely in a secure and healthy environment,” stated the letter submitted by the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital Resident Doctors Association.

“The physicians worked diligently away from home and family during COVID and continue to do so now. All they seek is that the government protect them not from the patients, but from the nefarious forces of society “According to the letter.
The deputy director of Dr VK Sharma Lady Hardinge Medical College and SMT SK Hospital has issued a letter stating, “withdrawal of services of Marshal/Bouncer at LMC and associated hospital with immediate effect.”
Following directions from Union Health Minister Dr Mansukh Mandaviya, the services of marshals and bouncers were terminated with immediate effect from Lady Hardinge Medical College and related institutions.

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