Punjab Young doctors (YDA) call off strike

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Punjab doctors (YDA) call off strike

Lahore (Breaking News / Wednesday, July 4, 2012) – After successful talks with the government, doctors across Punjab ended their strike on Wednesday, July 4, 2012.
Provincial Law Minister, Rana Sana Ullah told reporters that almost demands of the Young Doctors Association (YDA) had been met by the Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif during the dialogues held today.
“Senior doctors played their role and facilitated the negotiations,” Rana said, adding that the arrested doctors were being released and all cases would be withdrawn.
Earlier today, Chief Minister Punjab chaired a meeting of Punjab health department and reviewed the demands made by the medical staff.

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One thought on “Punjab Young doctors (YDA) call off strike

  1. Muhammad Ali

    Not only the Doctors, but the Federal Government should provide / review Service Structure of all the Government servants across the board alike without any discrimination to anyone. Service Rules of Govt employees working in Parliament House, Supreme Court, High Courts, FBR and many other are very lucrative compared to others neglected which cause frustration amongst the service members like we experienced in case of Young Doctors. Again, service structure / Rules of various public sector Corporations / Departments / organizations like OGDCL, SNGPL, State Bank and other Banks, PIA, KESC, WAPDA, Railways, PTCL, NHA, Police, etc….This is high time for the Govt and the concerned Departments to appoint a committee for this purpose to look into such matters and recommend Unified Scales for ALL and equal opportunities free from personal likes and dislikes, however special incentive for HIGHLY QUALIFIED, EFFICIENT AND HARDWORKING employees must be INTRODUCED as presently there is no such policy in absence of which SUCH GOOD workers feel FRUSTRATION though continually discharging their official obligation under compulsion.


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