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MORIGAON, March 20 - The Morigaon district unit of Assam Medical Service Association (AMSA) deeply mourned the tragic death of its senior member Dr Ranjit Kumar Boruah, who died in a road accident on NH-37 at Kaziranga on March 13.

In a condolence meeting held here on March 16, the Morigaon unit of AMSA condoled the death of Dr Boruah and prayed to the Almighty for eternal peace of the departed soul. The members of AMSA also prayed to the Almighty for the speedy recovery of the departed doctor�s wife and son, who sustained serious injuries in the mishap.

On the other hand, the AMSA�s Morigaon district unit submitted a memorandum addressed to the Union Health Minister in the hands of Morigaon Deputy Commissioner, where the organisation demanded solving of their three pending demands.

The AMSA, it may be mentioned, submitted the memorandum in response to the agitation called by the All India Federation of Government Doctors� Association on the following demands, namely: Reservation of 50 per cent PG course seats to officiating Government doctors, uniform pay structure to all Government doctors of the country and abolition of National Medical Commission Bill in the interest of welfare of the country.

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AMSA condoles tragic demise of senior doctor

MORIGAON, March 20 - The Morigaon district unit of Assam Medical Service Association (AMSA) deeply mourned the tragic death of its senior member Dr Ranjit Kumar Boruah, who died in a road accident on NH-37 at Kaziranga on March 13.

In a condolence meeting held here on March 16, the Morigaon unit of AMSA condoled the death of Dr Boruah and prayed to the Almighty for eternal peace of the departed soul. The members of AMSA also prayed to the Almighty for the speedy recovery of the departed doctor�s wife and son, who sustained serious injuries in the mishap.

On the other hand, the AMSA�s Morigaon district unit submitted a memorandum addressed to the Union Health Minister in the hands of Morigaon Deputy Commissioner, where the organisation demanded solving of their three pending demands.

The AMSA, it may be mentioned, submitted the memorandum in response to the agitation called by the All India Federation of Government Doctors� Association on the following demands, namely: Reservation of 50 per cent PG course seats to officiating Government doctors, uniform pay structure to all Government doctors of the country and abolition of National Medical Commission Bill in the interest of welfare of the country.

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