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DYFI demands regulation of private hospitals

Published On : 05 Dec 2017   |  Reported By : canaranews network


Mangaluru: The DYFI staged a dharna in front of the DC office on Monday to prevail upon the government to take suitable measures to regulate private hospitals. The dharna was also staged in support of the demand to strengthen government hospitals and also to set up a government medical college in the district.

DYFI leader Sunil Kumar Bajal said that the hefty treatment charges at private hospitals has dealt a severe blow on the common man. He also alleged that an essential feature of KPME Act has been dropped by the government by succumbing to pressure from doctors. This is wrong. We will protest until government reverts back. Doctors should treat people with humanity and must not keep commercial interets in mind."

B K Imtiyaz, District President of DYFI, Secretary Santosh Bajal, Madhuri Bolar, several office bearers and members of DYFI were present. A memorandum was also submitted to the Deputy Commissioner enlisting the demands of the DYFI.

 

 







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