West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has now played a Bengali card game. If they threaten to take action against the doctors' strike, then the doctors have started resigning on a large scale. In Delhi, the doctors of Delhi have also given their support in protest against the attack on doctors.
The situation is worsening in West Bengal. At the same time, instead of handling the deteriorating situation, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is busy shining her politics. After the state election, the continuation of violence is not stopping. The Chief Minister is blaming the Bharatiya Janata Party and Home Minister Amit Shah for the unrest in the state. The reality is that Mamata Banerjee is proving to be unable to handle the situation even after the state police is in the reins. Meanwhile, the case of the beating of doctors has begun a new hurdle.
State doctors have gone on strike. If the doctors are demanding a security guarantee, then the state government is talking about action against them. The doctors are ordered to return to work. In this case, the doctors of Delhi have also come out in support of the doctors of Bengal. They have also started protesting. Meeting with Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Dr Harshvardhan, resident doctors of AIIMS raised the issue of the safety of doctors in Bengal. Angered by the attitude of the Mamta Government, 119 doctors of North Bengal Medical College have so far been informed to resign.
Dr Harshvardhan has said that adequate security arrangements will be provided to the doctors of Bengal. They should return to work so that the patients are not able to get treatment. On the other hand, Mamta Banerjee has played a Bengali card during this time. She said that if I go to places like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Delhi etc. then I speak in their language. Why do not people come to Bengal to talk in Bengali I will not allow external criminals to roam motorcycles in Bengal. I will not try to spoil the environment here. Now Mamata Banerjee's statement is a ruckus.