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nagpur medical college resident doctors: 230 resident doctors of nagpur government medical college went on mass leave

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nagpur medical college resident doctors: 230 resident doctors of nagpur government medical college went on mass leave

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A total of 230 resident doctors of a government medical college in Nagpur, Maharashtra have sought to relieve themselves of duty due to the decrease in the number of Kovid-19 cases. On Tuesday, all the doctors went on indefinite mass leave. These doctors are demanding that they be relieved of COVID-19 related duties so that they can concentrate on their post graduation studies.

Emergency and ICU services at Indira Gandhi Government Medical College and Hospital (IGGMCH) have not been affected due to this demonstration by the doctors. Dr Rajat Agarwal, President, Maharashtra Association for Resident Doctors (MARD) at IGGMCH said that 230 resident doctors have decided to go on indefinite mass leave as their problem was not resolved.

Permission should be given to doctors: MARD President
Dr Aggarwal said, “The resident doctors of IGGMCH have been working selflessly for the last 15 months to treat the patients during COVID-19. With the epidemic situation under control in Nagpur, resident doctors should be allowed to concentrate on their post graduation studies.

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