A section of municipal corporation doctors today called off their strike called to press for payment of salaries, urging authorities to refrain from taking "punitive action" and cutting salaries for participating in the strike.
"The executive body of Municipal Corporation Doctors Association today decided to call off the strike," President of the Association Dr R R Gautam said.
A delegation of the Association earlier met Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and Health Minister Satyendar Jain who assured them that the "official process" has been started to meet their demand of taking over of municipal corporation health services by the government.
"Deputy CM Sisodia and Health Minister Satyendar Jain assured us that official process for taking over Health Services of

corporations has been started as a permanent solution," Dr Gautam said.
Delhi government has already given a "bailout package" of Rs. 693 crores for payment of salaries and the ministers also assured that there will be no problem in future salary payment, he said, lauding Delhi government's action.
Dr Gautam also said that they want to join duties in public interest but requested that there be no "punitive action" and "salary cut" of doctors and employees of other health services by the municipal corporation authorities.
"If such an action is taken against us, we will again go on strike," he said.
However, the leaders of Resident Doctors' Association stressed that their strike was on and that a final decision on it will be taken by a general body meeting tomorrow.

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