Later, the NDMC also issued a statement, saying the strike had been called off after the mayor and the standing committee chairman "gave assurances" to the protesting doctors that their demands will be met.
Doctors Strike Delhi: Emergency services will not be affected, President of Municipal Corporation Doctors' Association(MCDA), Dr RR Gautam said as the NDMC Doctors went on an indefinite strike on Thursday.
The doctors had put forward multiple demands before the state government, including a hike in stipend and free treatment for them and their families if they contract Covid-19
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Scheduled to continue till February 14, the Indian Medical Association said that its members shall be on a relay hunger strike
IMA has been protesting against the government's order allowing Ayurveda practitioners to perform surgery.
Doctors at NDMC-run hospitals have claimed that they haven’t received their salaries for the past three months.
Doctors at Delhi’s North Corporation-run hospitals have claimed that they haven’t received their salaries for the past three months.
Among their demands is that they too be given a hike of Rs 10,000 in stipends like the one provided to MBBS and dental resident doctors.
Health Minister C. Vijaya Baskar warned the doctors that they must end their protest and said if they failed to resume their duties, their posts would be declared vacant.
The striking doctors said in-patients will not be attended to unless it is an emergency.
A legislation titled "The Healthcare Service Personnel and Clinical Establishments (Prohibition of violence and damage to property) Bill, 2019" has been prepared.
Resident doctors continued their strike on Friday and withdrew all services, including that at the emergency departments of hospitals, in protest against the bill, which seeks to replace the graft-tainted Medical Council of India.
The Resident Doctors' Association of the Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan (LNJP) Hospital has claimed, that the stir has been triggered by an alleged assault on a third-year student of Maulana Azad Medical College, who was on duty last night in the emergency department.
They also requested the state government to 'engage or encourage engagements with Muslim youth and their families across Kolkata in gender-sensitisation, civic consciousness and law-compliance, etc.'
All the 14 medical college and hospitals in the state started functioning, with normal work resuming at outdoor facilities, pathological units and other departments.
A bench of Justices Deepak Gupta and Surya Kant said it will not issue a notice (to the Centre) but is keeping the larger issue of protection of doctors open.
With the decision of the protesting doctors of West Bengal to call off the strike, the resident doctors at AIIMS, New Delhi to resumed their duties with immediate effect.
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