Rohtak. Protest by MBBS students sitting outside the PGI director’s office in protest against the bond policy in Haryana continued for the 17th day. During this, the students pointed out the shortcomings of the bond policy by performing a street play. At the same time, preparations for talks with the students have started from the side of the administration. After demanding the demands of the students on Wednesday, now the names of 10 representatives have been sought for the talks. Whom the government can call for talks anytime.
However, no date has been fixed regarding the meeting so far. And the students have issued their warning message to the government late on Thursday night. The students have told the government in the video that they will meet Dr. Anita Saxena, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Health Sciences to get an update regarding the ultimatum. Panchkula will be traveled if the instructions for the next action are not received here. Parents will also be present together. During this, the students expressed their consent in one voice by turning on the torch of the mobile.
Rohtak-Jhajjar-Sonipat’s Sarvakhap Panchayat gave full support to the movement of MBBS students. Sarvkhap panchayats reached PGI to support the students on Thursday on the call of Chanchal Nandal, president of the educational institution Bachao Sangharsh Samiti. Chanchal said that the bond policy implemented by the government is inimical to the interests of the children of the poor, farmers and laborers. Poor students are unable to pay lakhs of rupees under this policy and the government is making medical education the property of the rich. This will create huge imbalance in the society. Heads and representatives of Hooda Khap, Nandal Khap, Dhankhar Khap, Deshwal Khap, Maham Chaubisi Khap, Malik Gathwala Khap, Kadian Khap, Dahiya Khap, Pavadia Khap, Saroha Khap, Khatri Khap etc were present on this occasion.
The students said that on Tuesday they had given an ultimatum of three days to the government. This time will be completed on November 18 at 1 pm. Will meet the Vice Chancellor on Friday and take an update about this. If the students do not get a positive answer, they will be forced to leave for Pachankula. Earlier in the day, Khaps extended support to the students. Intensifying the movement, the students also launched a public relations campaign in the city on Thursday. Following the three-day ultimatum given by the students on Tuesday, the government has asked them to name a delegation members. There was no message or call till Thursday evening regarding the conversation or contact.
The students said that in the meeting held with the PGIMS administration, after the debate on the bond policy and other issues, the names of the joint committee members and the demands have been taken. Earlier also this demand letter has been given in the name of Chief Minister and Health Minister. An assurance has been received from the college administration that a group of students will hold talks with Chief Minister Manohar Lal soon. Names have been taken for this. No message or call has been received since taking the name. The students said that they had issued their demand letter in the name of CM and Health Minister. Along with this, an ultimatum of three days was also given. The deadline for the ultimatum is 1 pm on Friday. After this the students will take the next step. Till Thursday evening, no information regarding the talks or resolution of the issues had been issued.
The students launched a public relations campaign in the city on Thursday, giving momentum to their protest. Under this, at Delhi Bypass, Power House Chowk, Medical Mod, D-Park, MDU Gate No. 1 and 2 and Bus Stand, people were informed about the bond policy and appealed for cooperation in the struggle. Taking posters and banners in their hands at the intersections, the students put the conditions of the bond policy in front of the public. A group of students expressed their protest through a street play at the bus stand and made people aware of their struggle.
MBBS students made the general public aware through a street play at the bus stand. By raising slogans and explaining to the people, they were made aware of the anti-public interest policy. During this, a lot of public cooperation was also seen. Students organized awareness campaign in the city by forming different groups. All the students criticized this policy. AIDSO State Secretary Umesh Maurya said that the Haryana government wants to increase the fees of MBBS course by 40 lakhs and privatize and commercialize medical education and medicine by taking the fake excuse of getting a government job.
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