Junior Doctors, who have been on strike for 45 days refusing the rural apprenticeship over some demands, are on the edge of receiving a blow from the Telangana government. Now they have already been confirmed debarring from the semesters to be held between March and April.
Reportedly, the management is gearing up to report this issue to the NTR Health University and when the swift decision comes from the university, entirely 2,000 PG students and 1500 MBBS students will be losing their one academic year. Even the thesis submitted by the Judos was rejected by the health department.
However, reportedly the government has set a final deadline of Thursday as it said it would reconsider over taking stringent actions if the Judos resumed their duties.