Akola-Maharashtra Urdu Patrakar Sangh demand strict action against negligent Doctors

Akola, Maharashtra: With the aim to serve humanity and taking serious note of Government Doctors negligence during duty hours, on Saturday Maharashtra Urdu Patrakar Sangh, Akola District Unit has submitted memorandum to the Dean Dr. Rajesh Karykarte.

In their Demands members of the Urdu media apprised the authority that Doctors do not seem to be serious in discharging their duties. Most of the doctors don’t report OPD on time they usually come 2 hours late.

Indoor patients always suffer as doctors don’t visit them in critical condition inspite of relatives repeated requests. It further says, Hospital is becoming cyber cafe for them as they always found busy in using WhatsApp or surfing the internet. Behavior of the hospital security men is also objectionable as they always misbehave with patients and humiliate their relatives.

Delegation further expressed serious concern over this and requested the Dean to initiate appropriate action against them. Different media personalities including Shoukat Ali, Saeed Khan, Zabi Khan, Imran Ahmed, Faizan Khan, Shaikh Luqman , Ashish Sawde and Sheru Mishra etc. were present.

District President Shoukat Ali told Theshahab.com that poor class don’t come forward and raise their voice against injustice and inconvenience. Being journalists and influential people it is their responsibility to work for them, he added.

State President Jameel Shaikh informed that we have formed the Urdu Patrakar Sangh (Urdu Journalist Association) three years back to work for the poor and marginalized section of the society and to protect the rights of the media persons. About 45 members have joined our NGO and working all over states, Jameel added further.