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Doctors protest against transfer of MS Khar hospital

Doctors protest against transfer of MS Khar hospital
September 07, 2016

KHAR (Bajaur Agency), 07 September: Doctors at the agency headquarters hospital here Wednesday staged a protest demonstration against the transfer of the medical superintendent (MS) of the facility.

The protesting doctors were of the view that the government had earlier adopted a policy to appoint non-local doctors against the post of medical superintendent however, the policy was changed and the government now mulling to appoint local candidate on the post.

“Being the largest civil hospital in the entire Fata, the concerned authorities had been doing different types of experimentations here at the agency headquarters hospital, Khar . With the frequent changes in the policies, the healthcare service delivery to the masses may suffer,” a doctor feared while talking to TNN.

The doctors appreciated the services of Dr. Ikram Safi, the current MS of the doctor and said he did great services for the betterment of the hospital in a short span of time.

The protesters asked the relevant authorities to refrain from appointing disputed persons on the post.

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