IMA backs doctors protesting against Rajasthan health law

New Delhi : Doctors across the country protested against the Right to Health Bill moved by Rajasthan government, which envisages private hospitals to provide free treatment to patients during emergency.

Even if the patient does not have money, the hospitals cannot deny treatment, according to the Bill.

National President of the Indian Medical Association, Dr. Sharad Kumar Aggarwal said the Right to Health Bill is impractical and the state government will have to withdraw it.

On Monday, doctors across the country protested against this bill by wearing black bands and announced to go on mass leave on March 29. Due to the strike of the doctors, the problems of the patients are bound to increase in Rajasthan.

Check Also

Train accident survivors reach TN, undergo medical examination

Chennai : As many as 137 survivors of the train accident in Odisha arrived here …