PM Modi applauds role of doctors, CAs
Wednesday, 1 July 2020 ()
"India salutes our doctors -- exceptional care givers who are at the forefront of a spirited fight against Covid-19," he wrote on Twitter to mark Doctors' Day. They are saving lives by putting themselves in danger, he said. Dr BC Roy's birth anniversary is celebrated as Doctors' Day.
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