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Patient’s family attacks Sion doc

DNMUM385217 | 3/20/2017 | Author : Anagha Sawant | WC :640 | Mumbai



Mumbai: The relatives of a patient attacked a first-year resident doctor in ward number 20 of Lokmanya Tilak Municipal General Hospital, also known as Sion Hopsital, on Saturday night. The other resident doctors in the hospital wrote individual letters to the dean following the incident, and went on a mass bunk in protest on Sunday.
The doctors now say that they won’t resume work unless government authorities assure their safety and security.
The female patient concerned was admitted in the hospital after developing a chronic kidney disease, and was on dialysis. She eventually passed away on Saturday night.
Speaking about the incident, Dr Rohit Kumar Jain, the victim, who was slapped by the relatives of the 56-year-old
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