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Published On : 15 Nov 2016   |  Reported By : Richard D'Souza

Udupi: The Indian Medical Association (IMA) Udupi Karavali unit will stage protest against the proposed National Medical Commission Bill, which seeks to replace the Medical Council of India, on Wednesday, 16th November, 2016 at Deputy Commissioner’s Office Manipal, said Dr. Sudharshan Rao, Vice President of IMA Udupi.

He was speaking to media persons at the Udupi Press Club on Monday, 14th November, said the protest will be held all over the country on 16th November and will be held Satyagraha to draw attention of the central government on various issues.

Around 2,20,000 members which one of the largest and one of the oldest associations in India which founded in 1928. In order to the development in health matters, their role in the country was tremendous. The central government should think about the proposed bill at central government.The proposed bill is undemocratic, he said.

The increasing incidences of attacks on doctors as well as establishments across the country every day is deeply concerned, he said.

Indian Medical Association has taken the decision to observe nationwide protest and satyagraha on 16th November to show our solidarity to achieve our goal.

As a part of the protest IMA Karkala Branch, Udupi Karavali unit and IMA Kundapur branch will be closed down the outpatient services in all private hospitals and clinics and members will observe a silent protest near DC office Manipal from 11 am to 1 pm.

Dr. P. V. Bhandary, Dr. Ashok Kumar, Dr. Murlidhar Patil office bearers of the IMA Karavali branch were present during the press meet.


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