National federation of doctors writes to Amit Shah over attack on doctors, wants CISF protection

The Federation of Resident Doctors Association in India wrote to Union Home Minister Amit Shah relating to the assaults on doctors and medical workers on the LNJP Hospital within the Capital and in addition in different hospitals. The federation has demanded CISF protection for doctors in hospitals.

For aggressive sufferers, they’ve recommended a particular confinement zone in hospitals. “Cases should be registered under stringent POTA and formulation of quick response teams have also been suggested,” stated the RDA in its letter to the Home Minister.

In a latest incident, Tablighi Jamaat members assaulted a feminine resident physician on responsibility at Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital in Delhi. Sources stated that greater than 20 Jamaat member attacked hospital workers on Tuesday. They threatened the workers member and tried breaking the door of the responsibility room the place they (medical workers) had been hiding.

After the incident, doctors at LNJP hospital wrote to the medical director to register an FIR in opposition to the accused Jamaat members.

According to the LNJP administration, one affected person turned abusive and aggressive and began threatening one of their feminine resident doctors on Tuesday night. “She was frightened and rushed towards the duty room where she locked herself along with others. This patient then called many more patients and threatened our staff posted there,” LNJP officers stated.

“There was some delay in response from security guards, police personnel and senior faculty members on duty,” the officers added.

According to Parv Mittal, a physician, the workers members had to save themselves by locking the door of the responsibility room. “Women doctors and staff had to face vulgar abuses from patients,” he stated.

In a latest incident, a fivemember crew from the well being division had gone to Taatpatti Bakhal in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, on April 1 to quarantine kinfolk and acquaintances of a Covid-19 affected person, when an unruly mob attacked them with stones, injuring two girls doctors.

The video of the attack went viral on social media. Just a number of days later, on April 5, well being staff had been allegedly attacked by a mob once they went to rescue two girls and a toddler associated to a Covid-19 affected person in Thoothukudi, Tamil Nadu. The well being staff had been attacked by a mob who resided there.

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