Doctors protest at NBMCH against the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita Act

Siliguri, 08th July: The students and junior doctors of North Bengal Medical College and Hospital (NBMCH) have raised their voices against Section 106 of the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita.


According to reports, both students and medical professionals took part in the demonstration carrying placards, alleging that Section 106 compares doctors with criminals. As a result, doctors across the state have joined in a mass protest against the act.

In this regard, Sandeep Sengupta, the secretary of the Sushrut Nagar branch of the Indian Medical Association, stated that while the act has already been enacted, there is a need for further discussion and revision. He emphasized that the government should reconsider several sections of the act.


6 thoughts on “Doctors protest at NBMCH against the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita Act

  1. Anonymous says:

    Right now I am in a private hospital for my brother who is admitted for serious liver illness. I can easily sense how they are exploiting innocent patients in the name of best treatment. They hardly care for the patients to recover. What they ultimately want is treatment business to flourish at astronomically high price with out any fear for law of the land.
    I appeal to govt to please intervene in this matter and ensure equality of health (treatment)for every citizen in the country irrespective of pvt or public institution giving health services.

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