The doctors were demanding action against police officials who allegedly attacked them during an admissions counselling session.
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On seeing his relatives, he ran.
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'Either recite Quran verses or be marked absent' is the rule.
"The worst kind of assault that a patient’s family can do to a doctor."
"Prevention is better than cure."
They also have to inform the court about their progress.
The whole thing was recorded on CCTV.
No case has yet been registered.
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