About 3,000 junior doctors in Telangana have been striking since September 27, and all the attempts by K Chandrasekhara Rao government to bring them back to services are in vain till now. In another attempt, the administration had sent notices to the parents of all the junior doctors to intervene in the issue but only ten parents turned up to represent their case. The parents urged the government to end the deadlock within 48 hours while speaking at Indira Park.
The parents said that the law of mandatory rural service is illogical and asked the government to consider the demand of the striking medicos.
Four of the five demands have been accepted by the government, claims administration. However, junior doctors seem in no mood to resume their much needed services in the state as their demand to remove mandatory rural service have been rejected by KCR government.