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Above 60 sacked as YDA strike enters sixth day

Above 60 sacked as YDA strike enters sixth day
August 6, 2017
LAHORE (92 News) – More than 60 doctors have been sacked as the strike of the Young Doctors’ Association entered sixth day on Sunday across the province. The Young Doctors Association (YDA) continued its strike at Out Patients Departments (OPDs) and indoor wards of hospitals for the sixth day today across Punjab. The administration of different hospitals across the province has terminated more than 60 young doctors. The Young Doctors’ Association (YDA) had staged a protest demonstration and strike in favor of their demands. The convoys of doctors from across the province had reached Lahore to participate in a Young Doctors’ Association (YDA) protest. The doctors of the association had demanded that the provincial health secretary, Najam Ahmad Shah, be removed from his position and the Central Induction Policy, introduced by him, be revoked. The strike by the young doctors has left hundreds of poor patients from far flung areas to suffer at many health care facilities across Punjab. Large number of poor people who had come from far-flung areas for treatment had to suffer due to strike by the young doctors.