ISLAMABAD: The Medical and Dental Colleges Admission Test (MDCAT) Students constantly protesting in various cities including the Federal Capital at D Chowk since a week and students have planned to carry a protest outside Prime Minister House.
According to Dawn news, a delegation of students from the protesters met with Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Health Dr Faisal Sultan and shared their concerns and grievances.
A representation body of doctors from the Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) also demands suspension of results of MDCAT and suggests the government to defunct Pakistan Medication and Dental Council (PMDC).
MDCAT Students were beaten by Islamabad Police at D Chowk but they vow to continue protest and Students will not leave until they get Justice
Meanwhile, Medical Students Protests trending on Twitter and Facebook Social media.
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One student said on Twitter, Its hard to get justice in Pakistan…The future of the nation is being beaten up by police in peaceful protests… Unacceptable behavior is being shown…I don’t think 2023 will be a good year for PTI….WELCOME TO NAYA PAKISTAN…
پی۔ٹی۔آئی۔ کے حکومت کے آتے ہی عمران خان کے دوست علی رضا (وکیل) نے قابض ہونے کے خاطر اپنے لئے ملک کے 60 سالہ ادارے PMDC کو ختم کرکے PMC بنایا کہ ہم اصلاحات لارہے ہیں۔ وقت گزرنے کے ساتھ ساتھ وہ ساری چیزیں سامنے آئیں گی جو علی رضا نے کیئے اور کررہا ہ#StudentsMarchToPMHouse pic.twitter.com/psZxozwe2C— SadiqAfridi890 (@SAfridi890) October 1, 2021
Its hard to get justice in Pakistan…The future of the nation is being beaten up by police in peaceful protests… Unacceptable behavior is being shown…I don't think 2023 will be a good year for PTI….WELCOME TO NAYA PAKISTAN….#StudentsMarchToPMHouse pic.twitter.com/EQBFDWfvKu— Khadijah ahmed✨ (@khadija00923687) October 1, 2021
Similar story with MDCAT Students in 2020 they protested against PMC, things has not changed a bit.
Read More: MDCAT 2020 Results: Students protests against PMC
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