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Doctors strike continues on 3rd day in Punjab


Doctors protest against Medical Teaching Institutions (MTI) act is continued on third day in all over Punjab, today (on Saturday).

According to the details, doctors protest against Medical Teaching Institutions (MTI) is continued in Punjab.

Meanwhile, the Outdoor Patients Department (OPD’s), the operation theaters, the pathology, and the radiology departments were closed due to the protest.

The protest against Medical Teaching Institutions (MTI) act is continued in government hospitals of all over Punjab including Multan, Faisalabad, Lahore.

The protesting doctors at the Nishter Hospital closed OPD, Operation Theatre (OT) and Radiology wards which resulted in miseries for the patients at the hospital.

The patients said that they have been visiting the hospitals for 3 days.

They further added that they have been facing immense difficulties due to the government and doctors protest.

The doctors and paramedical staff said that their protest will continue until the government is not taken back to the Medical Teaching Institutions (MTI) act.

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