Karnataka: Resident doctors end strike after Health Minister's assurance
Bengaluru: The resident doctors in Karnataka have decided to withdraw their agitation after State Health and Medical Education Minister K Sudhakar promised to fulfill their demands.
The doctors, under the banner of the Karnataka Association of Resident Doctors (KARD), were boycotting OPD services and elective OTs across medical colleges. The doctors will wait till 15th of December to see if the government takes action too resolve the issue after which they will restart their agitation if necessary.
Previously Medical Dialogues reported that demanding immediate release of the COVID-19 risk allowance and a revision in the academic fee structure for PG medical courses in Government medical colleges of Karnataka, the doctors under the umbrella of Karnataka Association of Resident Doctors (KARD) had initiated a state wide agitation.