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Doctors Strike LIVE Updates: Medicos at BHU Varanasi join protests, shut down OPD services in support of West Bengal stir

Firstpost Friday, 14 June 2019
Doctors Strike LIVE Updates: Resident Doctors of the Institute Of Medical Sciences, BHU Varanasi have showed solidarity toward the attacks on doctors in West Bengal by suspending their services.
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News video: After West Bengal, doctors' protest spreads to other states; patients suffer

After West Bengal, doctors' protest spreads to other states; patients suffer 01:08

Days after junior doctors in West Bengal went on strike to protest an assault on a doctor by relatives of a patient who had died, peers from hospitals in other states joined them.

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