Young doctors resume emergency services

Chairman of YDA Dr Hafeez Mandukhel announced resumption of emergency services


Our Correspondent January 15, 2022

QUETTA:

A government delegation led by provincial finance minister Haji Noor Muhammad Khan Dammar met representatives of the Young Doctors Association (YDA) and Paramedical Staff Assocation including Dr Hafeez Mandokhel, Tahir Damar, Haji Abdul Wadud Tareen and others at their protest camp after which YDA announced resumption of emergency services in all hospitals.

The delegation comprised provincial ministers including Mir Naseebullah Marree and Mir Haji Muhammad Khan Lahri.

Chairman of YDA Dr Hafeez Mandukhel announced resumption of emergency services including trauma centers across the province after holding successful talks with the delegation at the protest camp.

The finance minister said Chief Minister Balochistan Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo has formed a committee for addressing demands of young doctors and paramedics saying that CM Balochistan was serious about solving legal problems of doctors in the interest of public health.

He said that they would play their role as mediators between the doctors and paramedics with the government committee in order to address issues of doctors in a positive manner.

Noor Muhammad Khan Dummar said that doctors, paramedics, nurses and other health staff were our heroes who were fighting on the frontline against Corona.

He said that doctors, paramedics, nurses and employees of all departments including health department will have their legitimate problems solved.

The minister said the present provincial government was serious about resolving the demands of young doctors and paramedics and nurses.

Published in The Express Tribune, January 15th, 2022.

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