Mangaluru: Doctors Lead Protest against Assault and Vandalism

Mangaluru: Doctors and nurses from Mangalore took out a protest march from Netaji Yellappa Hospital to Rani Abbakka Circle at Ulllal in response to the assault and vandalism Incident at Yenepoya Medical College ICU the night of 17 Aug 2015.

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The Protest was organised by Indian Medical Association(IMA) and Association of Medical Consultants, Mangalore (AMC). Indian Dental Association also supported the protest.

The Protest march received good support from senior doctors of all specialties with active support and participation of the Indian Dental Association. Nurses from various hospitals also joined the protest.

The Protest was addressed by Dr Satish Bhat from AMC and Dr Bharath Shetty IDA President. The Presence of Senior Doctors, Dr Mukund, Dr Prabhakar, Dr Polnaya, Dr Rajesh Shetty, Dr Manjunath Rai, Dr Deepak Rai, Dr Ganapathi Bhat, Dr Kishore Kumar, Dr Ravi Vaswani, Dr Tajuddin showed the solidarity among the medical fraternity.

The Protest concluded at Rani Abbakka circle where a strong united message was given by Dr Bharath Shetty about the violence against medical staff and warned of serious agitation if this attitude of inactivity continues by the legal and administrative authorities.

Dr Ullas Shetty, Dr Vikram Shetty, Dr Prakash Harischandra, Dr Abhijith Shetty, Dr Vishal, Dr Najeeb Behzaad were also present in the protest and coordinated the event. Nursing, Paramedical and Hospital administration staff from all the hospitals and institutions participated in the protest.

3 Comments

  1. We are all with you. A excellent move to come out and show our displeasure instead of being silent mute spectators for the violence being done against us. Its shame people fail to recognize that doctors are also human beings

  2. I respect and salute all our senior and Junior doctors who came out in large numbers with our colleagues and paramedical staff to support solidarity in a cause which is mostly unknown to the public and the media that hospitals are being targeted by unruly mobs

  3. I wish the public understands our pain and supports us in this cause which is long overdue. Kudos to the doctors in taking this initiative and coming out in public to highlight this matter

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