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24 January, 2016 00:00 00 AM
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Doctors’ strike continues

Suffering of people unbearable
STAFF REPORTER, Ctg
Doctors’ strike continues
Photo taken yesterday from a hospital shows that a patient is being return home as the doctors of private hospitals, clinics and diagnostic centres belonging to the Chittagong chapter of the Bangladesh Medical Association (BMA) continue strike. Photo: Banglar Chokh

The doctors’ of private hospitals, clinics and diagnostic centres belonging to the Chittagong chapter of the Bangladesh Medical Association (BMA) vowed to continue their strike until their demands are met.

In a press briefing at Chittagong Press Club BMA said that their strike will be continued till to withdraw the cases or a respectable solution of the issue. Due to the strike all the practice at private hospitals, clinics and diagnostic centres were remained suspended from Wednesday. In the press briefing Dr Mohammad Sharif, general secretary of BMA of Chittagong chapter read out written statement, Dr Mujibul Haque Khan, BMA president in Chittagong chapter answered the question of the journalists.
Mentionable, doctors belonging to the Chittagong chapter of the Bangladesh Medical Association (BMA) went on a wildcat strike from Wednesday 1pm. Work at private hospitals, clinics and diagnostic centres came to a halt. The strike was in protest against cases filed alleging negligence on the part of doctors. 
Patients and their relatives had to suffer as the private hospitals stopped admitting patients. Even the outdoor department was without a doctor. The sufferings of the patients found unspeakable, visiting the hospitals and clinics it was found the many patients who came from long distance were being victim of the strike greatly.
Many of them came diagnosis purposes or with disease to take admission at hospitals but forced to return without admission at hospital. 

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