The agitating resident doctors on Friday called off their 14-day long nation-wide agitation over the de- lay in NEET-PG counselling and alleged manhandling of doctors by the police.
The doctors will resume work from 12 PM The strike was called after a meeting between the members of the Federation of Resident Doctors’ Association (FORDA) and Joint Commissioner of Delhi Police. “Last evening we met the Joint CP of Delhi. The Delhi Police have initiated the process of quashing the FIR,” said Dr Manish Nigam, president of FORDA. Joint CP has sent a video message to rebuild the trust between the doctors and the police, he said. In a statement, FORDRA said that a series of meetings of FORDA Representatives was held with multiple Delhi Police officials. It was highlighted by the Delhi Police that they have the highest regard for doctors.
They are well aware of the hardships of Doctors and as earlier, they are willing to cooperate with the Medical fraternity for any issue at any time. A virtual meeting of FORDA with all RDA Representatives was convened late in the evening whereby all the proceedings were conveyed and all concerning points were discussed in detail.