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Amit Shah assures doctors safety, IMA calls off protests

New Delhi:  Union Residence Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday held an interplay with medical doctors and significantly with the Indian Medical Affiliation (IMA) by way of video conferencing on Wednesday, main the IMA to “withdraw” it’s proposed protests scheduled on April 22 and 23.

Whereas the Residence Minister lauded their work, he additionally assured them of their safety. Throughout the assembly, he appealed to them to not do even a symbolic protest as earlier proposed, including that the federal government is with the medical doctors.

This comes within the wake of some incidents the place medical doctors and medical workers have been attacked, in numerous components of India.

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The IMA in an announcement expressed satisfaction stating they’re satisfied with the assurances. “It is expressed that in this period of global crisis…such protest will send a bad signal of the unity of our country…,”stated the IMA.

It added that it has determined to withdraw the proposed White alert protest on 22nd and Black Day on 23rd to “maintain unity and integrity of our country”.

IMA protest withdrawn

Union Well being Minister Harsh Vardhan was additionally current within the video conferencing with medical doctors. Later Shah tweeted: “The way our doctors are performing their duties in these testing times is exceptional. I urge every Indian to cooperate with doctors in this fight against COVID-19.”

Sending a robust message in opposition to the attackers, Shah added that security and dignity of medical doctors at their work place is “non-negotiable”. “It is our collective responsibility to ensure conducive atmosphere for them at all times. I have assured doctors that Modi government is committed to their cause and appealed to reconsider their proposed protest,” the Residence Minister added.

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(IANS)

 

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