WOULD the state be hostage to young doctors now? The ferocity inside the young doctors have unleashed once again. I do not need to repeat the ugly incident that happened in Gujranwala.

The rage and brutality of these so-called doctors has been unprecedented. It is extremely sorrowful to see how the face of our future looks like. If they want money more than serving humanity, then they should change their professions rather than smearing it. I denounce their malpractices and recurrent strikes.

Moreover, I request the authorities concerned to take strict disciplinary actions against the doctors on the strike.

ALI RAZA ABBASS Lahore

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