Rajasthan: 14 striking doctors detained, 100 resumed work
ANI | Updated: Nov 12, 2017 06:04 IST
Earlier on November 6, all the practising doctors in Rajasthan decided to go on a mass leave, in support of their pending demands before the state government.
The state health minister, Kalicharan Saraf, had assured that doors for talks are open but the fulfillment of the demands may take time.
The 33 long-pending demands by the doctors of the state include the formation of a separate cadre for in-service doctors, Rs 10,000 grade pay benefit for doctors, and running government health centres in a single shift, among others. (ANI)