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Residents of hospitals run by the center in Delhi and elsewhere, who have suspended OPD services to protest the frequent delays in conducting NEET-PG2021 counseling, have said they will go on after the virtual meeting of State RDA representatives on the weekend. The body of resident doctors has stated that a national-level review meeting is scheduled for the 29th of November. The Federation of Resident Doctors (FORDA) (FORDA) India has decided to maintain its protest over the delay of NEET-PG counseling 2021. The organization announced its decision to keep its “withdrawal from OPD services” after a meeting with the state RDA representatives on Saturday.
Federation of Resident Doctors Association (FORDA): The doctor’s associations have urged the government and the highest court to implement the measures needed to speed up the NEET-PG admissions and counseling process and also to speed up the legal proceedings. More students, mostly those pursuing postgraduate studies at Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) were gathered in the front of the Medical Superintendent’s office in the attached facility, LNJP Hospital, run by the Delhi government officials to voice their concerns over the matter according to a senior doctor of the hospital told. In the note, FORDA requested the Union government as well as the Supreme Court to take note of the grievances that Resident Doctors have as well as “take necessary measures for expediting the NEET-PG 2021 Counselling as well Admission process & to fast-track the Court proceedings on an urgent basis”.
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