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Bengal Doctors’ Protests Escalate, Health Services Hit Across Country

Scores of doctors at hospitals across country held demonstrations Friday by marching and raising slogans to express solidarity with their protesting colleagues in Kolkata. The protests come four days after a junior doctor at the Kolkata hospital was allegedly attacked by the relative of a patient who died on June 10.

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Doctors take out a protest rally in Kolkatta. The doctors were protesting after two of their colleagues were attacked and seriously injured by family members of a patient. During the rally they demanded adequate security and protection for them in the hospitals.

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Members of Resident Doctors Association express their solidarity in protest against an attack on an interim doctor, at All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Bhopal.

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Members of Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors (MARD) from Government Medical Collage and Hospital during a protest to show solidarity with their counterparts in West Bengal, who stopped work on Tuesday protesting against the assault on their colleagues, in Nagpur.

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A medical student during a demonstration protest to show solidarity with their counterparts against the assault in Kolkata, in Bengaluru.

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Members of Doctors Association show solidarity and stage a protest against assault of an intern doctor in West Bengal, in Ranchi.

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Members of Joint Doctors Forum walk in solidarity during their strike in protest against an attack on an intern doctor, at Nil Ratan Sircar Medical College and Hospital in Kolkata.

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Doctors from J.J. Hospital during a protest to show solidarity with their counterparts in West Bengal, who stopped work on Tuesday protesting against the assault on their colleagues, in Mumbai.

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Doctors of Hamidia hospital during a protest to show solidarity with their counterparts in West Bengal, who stopped work on Tuesday protesting against the assault on their colleagues, in Bhopal.

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Doctors of Hamidia hospital during a protest to show solidarity with their counterparts in West Bengal, who stopped work on Tuesday protesting against the assault on their colleagues, in Bhopal.

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Doctors take part in a march during a protest to show solidarity with their counterparts in West Bengal, who stopped work on Tuesday protesting against the assault on their colleagues, in Patiala.

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Members of Resident Doctors Association (RDA) of AIIMS wearing bandages on their heads protest to show solidarity with their counterparts in West Bengal, who stopped work on Tuesday protesting against the assault on their colleagues, in New Delhi.

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Members of Resident Doctors Association (RDA) of AIIMS wearing bandages on their heads protest to show solidarity with their counterparts in West Bengal, who stopped work on Tuesday protesting against the assault on their colleagues, in New Delhi.

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Members of Resident Doctors Association (RDA) of AIIMS wearing bandages on their heads protest to show solidarity with their counterparts in West Bengal, who stopped work on Tuesday protesting against the assault on their colleagues, in New Delhi.

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Patients and their relatives stranded outside the OPD at All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) as members of Resident Doctors Association (RDA) of AIIMS protested to show solidarity with their counterparts in West Bengal, who stopped work on Tuesday protesting against the assault on their colleagues, in New Delhi.

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Members of Resident Doctors Association (RDA) of AIIMS wearing bandages on their heads protest to show solidarity with their counterparts in West Bengal, who stopped work on Tuesday protesting against the assault on their colleagues, in New Delhi.

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Members of Resident Doctors Association (RDA) of AIIMS wearing bandages on their heads protest to show solidarity with their counterparts in West Bengal, who stopped work on Tuesday protesting against the assault on their colleagues, in New Delhi.

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Doctors during a protest to show solidarity with their counterparts in West Bengal, who stopped work on Tuesday protesting against the assault on their colleagues, in Patiala.

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Members of Resident Doctors Association (RDA) of AIIMS wearing bandages on their heads protest to show solidarity with their counterparts in West Bengal, who stopped work on Tuesday protesting against the assault on their colleagues, in New Delhi.

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Members of Resident Doctors Association (RDA) of AIIMS wearing bandages on their heads protest to show solidarity with their counterparts in West Bengal, who stopped work on Tuesday protesting against the assault on their colleagues, in New Delhi.

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Doctors from KEM Hospital during a protest to show solidarity with their counterparts in West Bengal, who stopped work on Tuesday protesting against the assault on their colleagues, in Mumbai.

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Nurses from RG Kar medical college during a protest to show solidarity with their counterparts in West Bengal, who stopped work on Tuesday protesting against the assault on their colleagues, in Kolkata.

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