AIIMS, Safdarjung doctors issue 48-hour ultimatum to Mamata to meet demands of protesting colleagues

15 Jun 2019 02:15 PM

AIIMS, Safdarjung doctors issue 48-hour ultimatum to Mamata to meet demands of protesting colleagues

Updated 15 Jun 2019 02:15 PM

Resident doctors of AIIMS and Safdarjung Hospital, who boycotted work on Friday in protest against attacks on their colleagues in Kolkata, have now given a�48-hour ultimatum to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to meet the demands of the state's agitating doctors, failing which they said they would go on indefinite strike.
Members of the AIIMS Resident Doctors Association (RDA), who resumed work on Saturday, said that if the demands of the West Bengal doctors are not met within 48 hours, they would be forced to resort to an indefinite strike. 

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