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” bend the knees and join me. or refuse and die” If there’s one person who has refused to bend the knees it’s Jon Snow and much later in the preview we see her confronting Jon with one of her dragons This comes from the same woman who believed in free will Earlier when people refused her they had the free will to go back home safe and sound but the mother of dragons refused to show the same gesture of kindness to the Lannister men Meanwhile Tyrion who still has a soft corner for Jaime fearfully looks at his own queen doubtful of whether she will still pay heed to what he has to say After all Danaerys has shown traits of disregarding Tyrion and openly told him that he is probably trying to secretly save his own family Meanwhile another mad ruler Cersei shows no sign of backing up She is still confident that she can defeat the mother of dragons Is she being over confident Maybe not If anything over the years Cersei has proved that she is one woman who will take her sweet revenge in the most vivid way imaginable if you dare to cross her Meanwhile the White Walkers are back Bran who is now the three eyed Raven gets a vision of it For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by SHWETA SANDILYA | Pune | Published: July 2 2017 5:10 am The voting took place in various parts of Pune district from June 15 to June 30 Pavan Khengre Related News “Patient’s Voice Citizens Initiative Campaign” started by the Jan Arogya Abhiyan conducted a unique voting for patients’ rights concerning “demands for protecting patients’ rights preventing exploitation of patients at private hospitals including corporate hospitals and improving the quality of healthcare in public hospitals” The voting took place in various parts of Pune district from June 15 to June 30 The results of the voting process were announced by the Abhiyan at Patrakar Bhavan on Saturday Atul Pethe theatre director; Poornima Chikarmane unorganised workers’ leader; Prof Anjali Maydeo Dr Abhay Shukla and Dr Abhijit More health activists were present In the unique voting process 21351 votes were cast People from various residential societies slums villages laughter clubs companies colleges self help groups and “wari” participated As many as 670 people voted online The voting process was conducted at more than 80 places in Pune district Government employees doctors nurses IT professionals unorganised workers waste pickers domestic helps farmers farm labourers senior citizens sex workers people belonging to nomadic tribe community auto drivers teachers and people across all social strata participated in this voting When asked about the motto of the campaign health activist Abhijit More said “The campaign started with a perspective of “no to violence against doctors and yes to patients rights Both doctors and patients will need to come together to solve the issues in the medical profession” The voting was based on three questions: Should Maharashtra government regulate and standardise private hospitals to check commercialisation Should government take concrete steps to improve quality of care in public hospitals Should government immediately enact legislation to protect patients’ rights Out of the 21351 people who voted an overwhelming 21067 (987 per cent) voted in favour of bringing private hospitals under regulatory framework while 21247 (995 per cent) agreed that government should take concrete measures to improve quality of care in public hospitals 21225 (994 per cent) people demanded enactment of legislation to protect patients’ rights “This indicates that the people from all walks of life are dissatisfied with current health options and they strongly seek reforms in the healthcare system” More said The campaign emphasised on poor quality of care in public hospitals unrestrained commercialisation of healthcare unindicated surgeries unindicated investigations prescribing costly medicines cut practice huge and unjustifiable profiteering in stents “Profiteering seems to be the sole motive of hospitals… Hospitals must be required to follow protocols The government is responsible to ensure that health care is offered within affordable limits” said Poornima Chikarmane of Kagad Kach Patra Kashtakari Panchayat Discussing about the unsound relationship of patients doctors and government Dr Abhay Shukla co-convener of Jan Swasthya Yojana said “There is tension between the three stakeholders: government patients and medical professionals” He called upon doctors to join the campaign and added that political representatives must take cognisance of the election and pass the act Malati Gadgil of Kagad Kach Patra Kashtakari Panchayat said she had witnessed a horrifying case where one of her workers from Taljai vasti was diagnosed with breast cancer She went through two biopsies where her results showed negative “But still doctors asked her for the third biopsy which was painful of which the results were same The patient had to pay Rs 25000 and had to take a loan” She said the government should seriously consider National Health Policy and not just insurance policy For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsCersei Lannister shows no sign of backing up.

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