SSL hospital docs end stir

  • | Wednesday | 27th September, 2023

Varanasi: Resident doctors at the Sir Sunderlal Hospital of Banaras Hindu University ended their strike after five days and resumed work on Tuesday. The deputy medical superintendent of the hospital, Prof Ankur Singh said the hospital administration assured the resident doctors that their concerns would be weighed seriously and all possible efforts would be made for redressal of their complaints. After being attacked allegedly by some students on September 20 night, the junior and senior resident doctors of SSL hospital went on strike from September 21. An FIR was lodged against an unidentified assailant in this connection .We also published the following articles recentlySSL jr doctors continue strikeJunior and senior resident doctors at Sir Sunderlal Hospital in Varanasi are on strike for the second day, demanding the arrest of students who assaulted hospital staff. The doctors went on strike after a group of students pressured them to attend to their patient and then assaulted them when asked to wait their turn. Hospital administrators have appealed to the protesting doctors to resume their duties and have promised to address their concerns. The strike has not affected hospital services as senior doctors and consultants are still working.Junior docs go on strike after BHU students assault SSL Hosp staffJunior resident doctors at the SSL Hospital of Banaras Hindu University (BHU) in Varanasi have gone on an indefinite strike after being attacked by BHU students. The protesting doctors are demanding the arrest of the assailants within 48 hours and increased security. An FIR has been lodged against unidentified assailants, and the police are working to identify them with CCTV footage. The strike has not disrupted hospital services, as senior doctors and consultants are still working. The administration has held talks with the protesters but has been unable to convince them to call off the strike.Former hospital staffer ends lifeA 25-year-old woman in Rajkot died by suicide after being threatened by a doctors driver to make her photos and videos viral on social media. The woman had befriended the driver and both were in touch on social media. The driver wanted to marry her, but she refused. Police are investigating the case and have seized the suicide note and her mobile phone for more details.

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