Governor's phone to Mamata over doctors' strike, got no response
Governor's phone to Mamata over doctors' strike, got no response

Kolkata: West Bengal Governor Keshrinath Tripathi said on Friday that he called the state CM Mamata Banerjee to discuss the issue of junior doctors' strike but received no response from her. Tripathi met the injured junior doctor Paribah Mukhopadhyay at the hospital where he is undergoing treatment.

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"I tried to contact the CM," he told the press after taking stock of the condition of Mukhopadhyay. I called them. So far, there has been no response from them. If she calls me, we will negotiate the matter."  Mukhopadhyay is one of the two junior doctors who were attacked by the family members of a patient who died Monday night at NRS Medical College and Hospital. Doctors across the state have been on strike since the attack which is still continuing. Tripathi had a discussion with the representatives of the doctors on Thursday.

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Meanwhile, Mamata Banerjee has called for a meeting of junior doctors of The NRS hospital amid the ongoing doctors' strike in West Bengal. Earlier, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan has written a letter to West Bengal CM and TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee asking her to solve the problems faced by doctors. In West Bengal, agitating doctors on Friday demanded an unconditional apology from Mamata and set six conditions for the state government to withdraw her four-day agitation.


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