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Junior Doctors Association rejects government offer

Demands implementation of pay structure

The Andhra Pradesh Junior Doctors Association on Monday rejected the government offer to enhance the stipend. The medico asserted that authorities were not sincere in solving the impasse. They have not offered anything new and the JDA is demanding implementation of basic pay structure that was recommended by a committee set up by the government by itself. However, APJDA has clarified that they will attend all emergency medical services.

Meanwhile, the outpatient services on Monday at all tertiary hospitals were crippled as alternative arrangements to meet the shortage of doctors was not enough. Earlier, the State Government announced a series of steps to take care of patients in all its teaching hospitals and at the same time, offered a 75 to 80 percent hike in stipend for super specialties and post graduate doctors and 40 percent for MBBS internees.

It appealed the Junior Doctors to call of their ten day long strike in the interests of the patients. The Minister for Medical Education P Sudarshan Reddy announced a hike in the stipend hike after obtaining permission from the State Election Commission as election code was in force for GHMC polls.

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