War broke out on Right to Health, services stopped in all private hospitals; Boycott of government schemes. jaipur news right to health bill protest all private hospitals shutdown services in rajasthan from today
Right to Health Protest: In the capital Jaipur, Gehlot government’s Right to Health Bill has been opened again by private hospitals, where from Sunday, in protest against the bill in all private hospitals of the state, on Sunday, work boycott has been announced, after which emergency including All medical services will remain closed.
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Jaipur: The controversy regarding the Right to Health Bill of the Gehlot government, which has been going on for a long time, has once again intensified in Rajasthan, where private hospitals have opened a front to withdraw the bill. According to the information, work boycott has been announced in all the private hospitals of the state on Sunday in protest against the bill. On the other hand, till Friday, the doctors’ organizations, divided into two factions, have now again come on a platform to oppose the bill and the Private Hospitals and Nursing Homes Society has now got the support of the Joint Action Committee to withdraw the Right to Health Bill. Explain that in protest against the bill, medical services including emergency will remain closed in all private hospitals in Rajasthan from Sunday. It is known that the Rajasthan government is going to present the bill in the assembly on March 21, where it is being told that the bill will be passed after discussion on the same day.
Doctors now say that the government will have to withdraw the bill and private hospitals have also accused the government of reneging on its promise. At the same time, patients are facing a lot of problems in the fight between the government and private hospitals, where they are going round and round for government services for treatment.
Let us tell you that every day more than two lakh patients come for treatment in the private hospitals of the state. Apart from this, about 20 thousand patients are admitted in hospitals.