PIMA condemns torture on doctors

Karachi: Spokesman of Pakistan Islamic Medical Association PIMA Tuesday strongly condemned torture on doctors in Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre JPMC Hospital and demanded earlier settlement of the issue through negotiations.

He said violence is not the solution of any problem; this issue could be solved through the dialogue.

He also made it clear that PIMA will not take part in any strike call it will deteriorate the situation increasing the problems of the patients. PIMA also stressed avoiding strike call.

He said since the approval of 18th amendment Sindh government did not play any constructive role regarding Jinnah hospital and Jinnah Medical University. Former inefficient and incompetent government is still at the helm of affairs and not willing to solve the issue.

PIMA demanded of the new federal government to intervene and play its part as this is the issue of thousands of people and their future. He said federal government by resolving the issue can save patients from suffering and can control emerging worst law and order situation.

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