Mamata Banerjee's meet with protesting doctors goes unfruitful

15 Jun 2019 08:24 PM

Mamata Banerjee's meet with protesting doctors goes unfruitful

Updated 15 Jun 2019 08:24 PM

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Saturday that the West Bengal government had not invoked the Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA) even after five days of strike by the junior doctors and appealed to them to immediately rejoin service.
"We have the laws, but we do not want to use them.... We are not going to take any stringent action against any of the agitating junior doctors and hamper their career," she said at a news conference after the agitating doctors did not turn up for a meeting at 5 pm.

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