y," Aggarwal said.
He said the IMA working committee will discuss May 20 and 21 all issues related to protests, police brutality and the government's role so far.
"We are also planning to file a public interest litigation before the Supreme Court against police manhandling of women medical students, interns and doctors both in Delhi and Mumbai."
Meanwhile, 100 resident doctors from five medical colleges in the capital continued their hunger strike for the second day.
"We will not call off our hunger strike till Human Resource Development Minister Arjun Singh takes his decision back," said Arun Wadhhwan, a member of the resident doctors' association, University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS).
Medical services have been severely affected at the AIIMS, UCMS, Maulana Azad Medical College, Lady Hardinge Medical College, Safdarjang Hospital, Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan Hospital and Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital in the national capital.
Responding to a call by the IMA for a token strike Monday, the OPD at private super speciality hospitals like Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital and Max Hospitals were also shut down.
Meanwhile, patients are facing the brunt of the strike.
"AIIMS is considered to be the best hospital in the country. I have been coming to the hospital for the past three days for my 12-year-old son's treatment, but to no avail," said Jasjit Ahuja, a resident of Karol Bagh in west Delhi.
"Every day, hospital guards and nurses are turning me away saying, 'Doctors are on strike'. If doctors take to the streets, can you imagine the condition of poor people like me? I cannot afford treatment in a private hospital and my son will continue to suffer. I have faith now only in god," Ahuja said.
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