Junior doctors issue ultimatum to KCR govt, threatens to go on indefinite strike
Hyderabad: The junior doctors set a deadline of two weeks for the Telangana government to increase their salaries failing which they will sit on an indefinite strike. According to the reports, they wrote a letter to the state government demanding to fulfil the promises made to them regarding the increase of 15 per cent salaries and release of 10 per cent incentives immediately.
Junior doctors requested the KCR government to provide treatment at NIMS in Hyderabad for health workers and their family members, who tested positive to coronavirus. They also demanded that the government should release compensation for those who lost their lives due to Covid-19.