The protest of the Bengal doctors entering the 4th day, the health services were severely affected.

State health care services continue to be severely affected in Bengal for the fourth consecutive day on Friday, with young doctors continuing to oppose the chief minister of Mamata Banerjee.

However, on Friday morning, junior doctors allowed patients to be taken to the emergency department of the NRS Medical College and hospitals closed from Tuesday. But they do not treat patients in an emergency that has been treated by a senior doctor

The outpatient department remains closed in most public hospitals.

The junior doctor received a strike on Tuesday to protest against the brutal attacks of two colleagues at the Nilratan Sarkar Medical College and Hospital on Monday night by family members of the eighth-aged patient. Year of death

CM, a family health and welfare administrator, visited the state's SSKM hospital at noon on Thursday due to the ongoing disruption of medical services and warned small-scale physicians if they did not return to work. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon

According to Banerjee's warning, emergency services started at the SSKM hospital and Burdwan Medical College, but junior doctors refused to buckle down and continue to protest.

On Friday, doctors in some parts of the country, including Delhi's AIIMS, came out to support their outstanding colleagues in Bengal.

The Indian Medical Association announced that "every day, the protests of India" last Friday from the incident and expressed solidarity with outstanding doctors.

All outpatient clinics and regular services will be suspended at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and Safdarjung Hospital of New Delhi, with over 3,500 local doctors from two prominent hospitals.