Mumbai: RN Cooper Hospital doctors strike for clean water

  • | Wednesday | 19th June, 2019

Apart from protesting against the attack on the doctors, the city-based resident doctors are now protesting for clean water in their hostel. On Tuesday morning, the resident doctors at RN Cooper Hospital, went on a strike, because of unclean and non-potable water in their Resident Medical Officer (RMO) quarters and the canteen. No action has been taken to resolve the issue," said Dr Mohammed Chinde, Orthopaedic Resident, Cooper Hospital. The medical superintendent at RN Cooper Hospital, Dr Rajesh Sukhdeve, who also lives in the staff quarters, said, "We also often face the problems of unclean water. According to the hospital authority, they are looking into the matter and are taking help from specialized experts at the BMC.

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