Delhi Govt Doctors Strikes

Lot of people suffered yesterday due to the strike of Doctors in delhi. What can be done to intimate people on a timely basis so they dont waste their day. Is the Delhi Govt looking at developing an electronic appointment system? more  

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Neelam Nath ji I fully agreewith you that it is the primary duty of our
Govt to look afater the welfare of doctors who care patients with full
heart. In some instances people man handle these doctors without any
fault on the part of doctors. Doctors have to treat the patient within the
rules and regulations priscribed for them. more  
Neelam Nath ji thanks for supporting me. more  
Neelam Nath ji thanks for supporting me. more  
Those Whø are writing against doctors,ifyou ask them how Many of them would like to go to govt. Hospital for treatment?!

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Subject: Commented on "Delhi Govt Doctors Strike..." in [All about Health in Delhi]
Date: Tue, Jun 30, 2015 3:43 PM more  
For everyone commenting here that doctors should not resort to strikes-true but how many of you go to a Govt. hospital for treatment?They are for aam junta who have got powers of leaders,get freebies like water and electricity and every other facility except Health and good education, Our leaders want them to remain like that only-Ignorant fools who can be bought,these masses go to the likes of Bengali doctors spread all around Delhi/NCR. When the case has multi organ failure,after heavy antibiotics or erratic treatment like infusing them rapidly with IV fluids @ 8 units per day,or given a heavy dose of Steroids,these people flock to Govt. hospitals and die and Doctors get beaten up including lady doctors by the very people whose women are Ghungat clad back home but since there is a Dactarni....these folks get liberties to ask complicated gyne questions as if in 1 day their Ignorant queries will be answered.Dignity of profession,Dignity of Humans or Ethics? Think again and Do spend a day at the nearest Govt. hospital,just to observe but Do not fall sick as Our patients are at the Mercy of God. more  
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