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JDA sends 4 teams to riot-hit areas

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GUWAHATI, July 28 � In view of the recent riots and the stressed health care arrangements in the relief camps for the victims�in the BTAD areas�and the Dhubri district of Assam, the Junior Doctors� Association, GMCH, has decided to send four teams of junior doctors to the affected people.

Two teams in the Kokrajhar and Dhubri are already operating there since July 26 and two more teams to Chirang and Gosaigaon will reach there to expand the coverage.

The junior doctors� teams comprise post graduate students from the departments of Surgery, Medicine, ENT, Opthalmology and is led by JDA spokesperson Dr Arnab Sarma Purakayastha.

The association also condemned the�violence, and regretted the humanitarian loss during the recent clashes. The JDA expressed its gratitude to the State Health Minister, the concerned district authorities and the GMCH administration for proper arrangements required for the teams which had to prepare and move at a short notice.

The teams will be in the field for a week, but will be relieved by other teams which are on standby. Medical stocks will be provided by the District Medical Authorities, and transportation and security will be looked after by the State Government.

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JDA sends 4 teams to riot-hit areas

GUWAHATI, July 28 � In view of the recent riots and the stressed health care arrangements in the relief camps for the victims�in the BTAD areas�and the Dhubri district of Assam, the Junior Doctors� Association, GMCH, has decided to send four teams of junior doctors to the affected people.

Two teams in the Kokrajhar and Dhubri are already operating there since July 26 and two more teams to Chirang and Gosaigaon will reach there to expand the coverage.

The junior doctors� teams comprise post graduate students from the departments of Surgery, Medicine, ENT, Opthalmology and is led by JDA spokesperson Dr Arnab Sarma Purakayastha.

The association also condemned the�violence, and regretted the humanitarian loss during the recent clashes. The JDA expressed its gratitude to the State Health Minister, the concerned district authorities and the GMCH administration for proper arrangements required for the teams which had to prepare and move at a short notice.

The teams will be in the field for a week, but will be relieved by other teams which are on standby. Medical stocks will be provided by the District Medical Authorities, and transportation and security will be looked after by the State Government.

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