Please stop and think. The message are we conveying to these young doctors is that we don't care about your personal safety - you have to go back to taking care of patients, no matter the risk to your life and limb . If we treat them so inhumanly, how can we expect them to become humane doctors and care for their patients when they graduate.
Instead of allowing the poor doctors to remain convenient scapegoats, we need to speak up and make sure the government authorities are held answerable for improving medical infrastructure . The government has more than enough money - it's just that corrupt officials and bureaucrats pocket it , as result of which patients are deprived of basic medical facilities. This is what we should really be agitating against - but because affluent citizens like you and me get our care from private medical facilities, we don't care if the government allows the public hospitals go to the dogs.
Today, tempers have cooled, and the medical associations and the government have come to an understanding. We've weathered the crisis for now, but I think it's just a matter of time when it will blow up again. The next time another doctor gets beaten up by angry relatives , we will have a sense of deja vu, but whether this incident will occur in the next week, or the next year, I cannot predict.