A gaggle of international medical graduates surrounded the Pakistan Medical Fee in Islamabad on Wednesday after a variety of international universities had been blacklisted by the medical authority.
“The future of foreign qualified medical students is at stake because of the decisions being made by the PMC,” stated one protester on the venue.
The protesters stated they fail to grasp why these universities have been blacklisted regardless of being verified by the World Well being Organisation.
‘Inexperienced Record’: Record of PMC acknowledged international medical schools
The circulation of site visitors on close by roads was disrupted because of the protest, which escalated because the day progressed. The protesters reportedly hurled stones on the police after which water cannons had been used to disperse them.
The police additionally arrested the chairman of International Medical Graduates (FMG) group and a few medical doctors who had been among the many protesters. They had been later let go, based on the Islamabad deputy commissioner.
Talks had been held between the FMG and the PMC, stated the deputy commissioner, including that the PMC has “agreed to accept all valid demands”.
A second spherical of talks will happen at 2pm tomorrow.
The next is an inventory of international universities blacklisted by the PMC: