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Telangana Junior Doctors Association Continues to strike at Hyderabad’s Gandhi Hospital

Telangana Junior Doctors Association Continues to strike at Hyderabad's Gandhi Hospital
MUMBAI: Telangana Junior Doctors Association says they will continue strike at Hyderabad’s Gandhi Hospital, which started after an alleged attack on a doctor by a relative of a COVID19 patient.
 
The Strike by the Telangana Doctors continues at the Gandhi hospital. This was announced by one of the doctors after meeting with health minister E Rajendra.
 
The Doctors in Telangana are protesting since Tuesday evening after one of the associates was brutally attacked by the patient of COVID-19.

Telangana Junior Doctors Association Continues to strike at Hyderabad’s Gandhi Hospital


Telangana Junior Doctors Association Continues to strike at Hyderabad's Gandhi Hospital
Telangana Junior Doctors Association Continues to strike at Hyderabad’s Gandhi Hospital
After the Meeting, Rajendra offered thanks to the doctors for suppressing the controversy.
 
Nevertheless, the Telangana Junior Doctors Association (TJUDA) – Gandhi Hospital, said in an announcement that the Doctors were continuing with the strike as their demands were not met.
 
“We will continue the strike until a positive decision is made on decentralization (treatment of COVID-19 cases),” the alliance said.
 
In addition to the decentralization of COVID cases to manage the Gandhi Hospital, several instances of the Consolidated Medical Union of Paramilitary Forces at the demonstration facilities, the rapid application of work, and the opening of the price of PPE packages and N95 coverage.
 
While talking to Medicos at Gandhi Medical College, the Minister of health ensured that the state government would examine each possibility to meet their requirements.
Telangana Junior Doctors Association Continues to strike at Hyderabad's Gandhi Hospital
Telangana Junior Doctors Association Continues to strike at Hyderabad’s Gandhi Hospital
He said, “Try not to be on the street that expresses disagreements and instigates. It would help if you were in the ICU to manage COVID-19 patients. We will fulfill all the requests you have taken,” he told them.
 
On the issue of decentralizing COVID-19 cases from Gandhi Hospital, Rajendra told Medicos that he would leave for Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao for underwriting.
 
Earlier in the day, the people of TJUDA Gandhi Hospital fought based on convenience and boycotted their alternative commitments.
 
The strike gained weight for a long time when Medicos staged a sit-in at the Niyam Road Gandhi Hospital, disturbing traffic at Chilakudada.
 
The North Zone Police passed additional forces and bars near the diagnostic facility and outside at noon Tuesday.
 
Senior experts from the Gopalapuram police were also watching the situation.

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