Security stepped up

NASHIK (MAHA)
25 Mar 2017

In the wake of attacks on doctors in Maharashtra, security was beefed up at the civil hospital here, a senior police official said today. "Two guards have been appointed at the civil hospital.
Beat-marshals will visit the hospital after every two hours," Nashik Deputy Commissioner of Police Laxmikant Patil told reporters.
The decision to step up security was taken at a meeting between police and hospital authorities last night, said the official.
Resident doctors across Maharashtra resumed duties this morning, ending their five-day protest following directives from the Bombay High Court coupled with assurances from Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis. (PTI)