No Doctor’s Strike: Govt Negotiated Successfully – Maharashtra

253274-doctors-strike-hemant-padalkar-dnaThe strike planned by 4,000 doctors in Maharashtra has been called off. The government negotiated with the Medical Association of Resident Doctors (MARD) successfully.

The resident doctors from 14 government colleges and three civic-run hospitals had called for an indefinite strike from today. Strike planned to remonstrate against the failure of the state government to fulfill their “long pending” demands.

Earlier yesterday, resident doctors’ association officials put their demands in front of media. They mentioned the proper work schedule, provision of specialty service mechanisms in government hospitals. Resident doctors also included special medical officer post for all branches and people from the OBC, SC and ST should be given treatment free of cost.

The president of Medical Association Resident Doctors (MARD) Dr Wakchaure told, “We have been requesting the state government to fulfill our valid demands regarding bond service from long time”. He added that the state government should ensure that proper bond service strategies to be implemented.

Medaram Jathara

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