FORDA said resident doctors will not attend OPD, strike will continue

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oi-Bhavna Pandey

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Updated: Sunday, November 28, 2021, 1:14 [IST]

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New Delhi, 27 November. The Federation of Resident Doctors Association (FORDA) had called for a nationwide strike from November 27 over the delay in counseling 2021. On Saturday evening, FORDA issued a statement saying that in the online meeting, it had requested all the resident doctors across the country to withdraw from OPD services from Saturday, November 27 and will not provide OPD services any further. Our strike will continue.

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The association had given information about the strike on Thursday, November 25. The Doctors Association issued a statement asking all resident doctors across the country to withdraw from OPD services from November 27.

It is noteworthy that the association planned this nationwide strike after the central government told the Supreme Court that counseling for NEET PG medical courses is being postponed for four weeks.

After no solution was found after the meeting with the government today, the association has announced to continue the boycott of OPDs for the time being while continuing the strike of resident doctors across the country.

8 lakh annual income criterion is being reconsidered to determine the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) category for reservation in NEET PG admission. This matter is pending in the Supreme Court. Due to which NEET PG counseling is getting delayed. Due to the delay in the counseling of NEET, FORDA has called for this nationwide strike.

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FORDA said resident doctors will not attend OPD, strike will continue

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