Telangana: Juda’s strike from today: This is not good CM KCR
The state Junior Doctors Association has called for a strike from today to address long-standing issues. However, CM KCR said that the strike was not good in the wake of Corona concerns and directed the authorities to resolve their demands.
Corona calls the strike is not good for an extreme case, such a vital public health, in keeping with the duty to immediately join the Chief Minister Shri K. Chandrasekhar Rao noted that the junior doctors.
The CM has decided to increase the honorarium given to senior residents by 15 per cent.
The CM also decided to provide honorarium to senior residents who have completed three years of medical education and are continuing for Covid services.
To the junior doctors serving Corona, they need to better provide the medical services already provided in NIMS to their family members. The CM directed the officers to provide the ex gratia as per their wish now as the government is already providing ex gratia as per the regulations.
JUDA’s boycotts duties…
Before that Junior doctors gave a shock to the state government during the Covid concerns. He will go on strike from today seeking a solution to the long-pending issues.
The Telangana Junior Doctors’ Association has announced that all duties other than emergency services will be boycotted.
As part of the implementation of the demands, T-Juda State Medical Education Director Ramesh Reddy was given a strike notice on the 10th of this month.
The Judas community has made it clear in the notice that their demands should be resolved within a fortnight but the strike is going on under the wrong circumstances due to lack of response from the state government.