MP: Junior doctors called off strike, after 17 percent stipend hike

Bhopal: In Madhya Pradesh, the strike by junior doctors of medical colleges has been going on for the past few days but now the strike is over. In fact, last evening, junior doctors of the Medical College in Madhya Pradesh had reached his bungalow to meet Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang. Here, junior doctors interacted with Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang.

Now, as per the recent information received, the junior doctors' strike has come to an end after meeting Minister Sarang. In fact, in Madhya Pradesh, for the last seven days, junior doctors' strikes were going on in several medical colleges in the state, including Bhopal, and several ministers were trying to end it. You must be aware that JUDA had been agitating since May 31 over its demands, there are junior doctors in Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior, Jablappur, Rewa and Sagar, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, where the strike was going on. Let us also tell you that with the end of this strike, thousands of patients undergoing treatment in hospitals have got a big relief.

In fact, junior doctors have now returned to work. Now, amidst all this, Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang said, "The junior doctors of the medical college have called off the strike, we had said that we would first call off the strike and then discuss, now the junior doctors of the medical college have called off the strike, then we have discussed, the same Medical Education Minister said- 17 percent stipend will be given".

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