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Junior doctors call off strike, to resume duties from today

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | SANJAY SAMUEL PAUL
Published Dec 8, 2021, 1:28 am IST
Updated Dec 8, 2021, 7:13 am IST
The junior doctors withdrew their strike in the wake of the growing number of Covid-19 cases in the state
A total of 5,500 Five thousand five hundred aspirants from the state, who have qualified for NEET-PG, and have been waiting for counselling  in Telangana since the matter is in the court on EWS’s reservation, and the verdict is scheduled on 6 January 2022.—  Representational image/AFP
 A total of 5,500 Five thousand five hundred aspirants from the state, who have qualified for NEET-PG, and have been waiting for counselling in Telangana since the matter is in the court on EWS’s reservation, and the verdict is scheduled on 6 January 2022.— Representational image/AFP

HYDERABAD: The Junior Doctors’ Association (JUDA) called off its five-day long strike on Tuesday. The junior doctors will be attending regular duties from Wednesday onwards, said a release.

The junior doctors withdrew their strike in the wake of the growing number of Covid-19 cases in the state. They said they would continue their support to the NEET-PG aspirants, for whom this protest was started. The Junior doctors’ fraternity boycotted services from last Friday, as there was a prolonged delay in the NEET-PG seat allotment.

 

A total of 5,500 aspirants from the state, who have qualified for NEET-PG, and have been waiting for counselling  in Telangana since the matter is in the court on EWS’s reservation, and the verdict is scheduled on 6 January 2022. Doctors all over India staged protests, demanding that the government take this matter into a fast track court, so that the decision is sooner.

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