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Govt. Warns Jn. Docs As Strike Looms

Govt. Warns Jn. Docs  As Strike Looms
January 29, 2012

As the junior doctors of the state medical service are delayed of their demands to get the status of “senior residents”, they threaten to go on strike. Proving their demands as reasonable enough, the junior doctors of PMCH are leading the lobby of the states’ junior doctors. On the other side the Ministry of Health seems to be in no mood to compromise and the Health minister, Mr. Ashwani Chowbey himself warned the Junior Doctors that these threat will not work and Doctors will be thrown out of service. “This is a threat not just to government but it is to public and the poor. We will not let the Doctors do what they want not let the poor die” he says. “We will terminate their service as immediate action and in future they won’t be able to practice in the state”, said a somewhat irritated minister. “I don’t care for their association and how it react but our government won’t let them hijack the state for another spell. If they (Jn. Docs.) are not happy working in the state and the policies they are free to leave their job”, the minister said.