PMA requests Imran Khan to suspend long march for MDCAT test
Test is going to be held on Nov 13 across Punjab
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In a letter to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, the Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) Friday requested him to suspend long march from 6am to 4pm on November 13 so that the students coming for Medical and Dental College Admission Test (MDCAT) could easily reach their examination centres, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
The PMA told the PTI chairman that the MDCAT would be held across Punjab on November 13, adding that students and their parents were worried about how to reach the examination centers.
It is to be noted here that more than 80,000 candidates will appear in the MDCAT exam, and it will be held at 25 centers in eight cities.
As many as 28,000 candidates in Lahore, 18,000 in Multan, 7,000 in Gujranwala, 6,500 in Bahawalpur, 12,000 in Faisalabad, 4,000 in Sahiwal, 3,500 in Sialkot and 3,500 in DG Khan will take the exam.
Reporter: Azmat Awan