Delhi: upset by seats, commuters damage DTC buses; 6 orders
A group of commuters who were unable to board DTC buses due to the 50% seat cap reportedly vandalized 4 to 5 buses and blocked MB Road around 8 a.m. on Thursday. Police said they arrested four men, two women and apprehended a minor for destroying public property and violating Covid guidelines.
Videos showing people protesting and damaging bus windows have gone viral on social media. In one of the videos, a large gathering, in front of buses on the road, confront the police. Windshields on buses are damaged and police push people with lathis.
Caught in delays, aspiring NEET-PGs look to uncertain future
As resident doctors at major public hospitals associated with the country’s medical schools continue to protest against repeated delays in counseling and admission to the National Postgraduate Course Admission and Admission Test (NEET-PG) , the services of these hospitals have remained affected for 14 days now. The protesting doctors will hold a meeting today where they are expected to take a call on whether or not to end the strike.
The Indian Express spoke to the following aspirants who, despite NEET-PG’s clearance held in September, have yet to be admitted to PG courses as the crisis puts them in severe financial and social distress.