A stir by some 3,000 junior medical doctors in Madhya Pradesh entered its seventh day on Sunday with a delegation of the protesters and state medical schooling minister Vishwas Sarang assembly to finish the stalemate.
Mr Sarang stated the medical doctors met him at his residence and he informed them that they have to get again to work as even the MP Excessive Courtroom had termed their protest unlawful.
“I informed them to get again to work inside 24 hours or the MP authorities can be free to take motion in opposition to them. I requested them to renew work for the sake of sufferers who’re going through such distressing occasions,” the minister informed PTI.
He stated the state authorities had given the protesting medical doctors, affiliated to the MP Junior Medical doctors Affiliation, a stipend of 17 per cent however the latter have been adamant on getting 24 per cent.
Makes an attempt to contact MP JUDA president Arvind Meena and secretary Ankita Tripathi have been in useless.
Junior medical doctors in six medical schools throughout MP have been protesting for a stipend hike in addition to free COVID-19 therapy for them and their household.