Kota: In yet another incident of doctor-attendant clash, three persons allegedly attacked a doctor in a hospital attached to government medical college Kota on Thursday. Later, they were arrested and hospital administrated prevented resident doctors from going on strike following the incident of violence on the premises of the hospital. Government medical, Kota, principal Girish Verma said, "The incident happened in ward of orthopaedic department when hospital staff in the ward asked attendants to remove shoes before entering the ward to maintain cleanliness. But, it turned into altercation."
Dr Verma said that the three persons, who visited a patient admitted to orthopaedic ward, left the place after mild altercation at that moment. But they attacked a resident doctor, who was present in the ward at the time they had been objected to enter it without removing the shoes.
When doctor came out of the ward, the three accused alleged hit him on his head.In the incident, the resident doctor suffered injury on back of the head. He had been provided with stitches, Dr Verma said adding that FIR had been filed and the three accused involved in the incident have also been arrested.
A neurosurgeon examined the resident doctor's injury on head. Meanwhile, resident doctors threatened to go on strike demanding action against those who attacked their fellow doctor. The hospital administration filed FIR against the accused. Later, police ar rested the three accused, hospital administration officials said.