Jr Doctors condemns govt action

Srinagar, July 28: The Junior Doctors Association of Government Medical College and its associated hospitals here have condemned the government’s act of registering FIR against several doctors for joining peaceful protest on July 24.
 In a statement, its spokesperson urged the government to revoke the FIR and said, “The protest should have served as a model for peaceful protests in a civilized and democratic society. But the government action against the medicos is regrettable.”

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