PG Doctors’ Strike in GMC Baramulla Ends After Principal’s Assurance


Zargar Gulzar

HT Correspondent

GMC Baramulla, April 16, 2024:-In a significant development, Postgraduate (PG) doctors at Government Medical College (GMC) Baramulla have called off their strike after receiving assurance from the college administration. The strike was initiated by the PG doctors to address several pressing issues affecting their work environment.

The key demands of the PG doctors included:

Release of Salary: The doctors were agitating for the timely release of their salaries, which had been pending for an extended period.
24-Hour Library Opening: Another critical issue was the availability of study resources. The doctors demanded that the college library be open 24 hours to facilitate their academic pursuits.
After several rounds of negotiations, the Principal of GMC Baramulla assured the PG doctors that their concerns would be promptly addressed. The principal committed to resolving the issues within the next two days.

In response to this assurance, the PG doctors decided to end their strike and return to their routine duties. This development comes as a relief to both the medical staff and patients at GMC Baramulla.

The college administration has emphasized its commitment to ensuring a conducive work environment for all healthcare professionals. The resolution of these issues is expected to enhance the overall functioning of the hospital and improve patient care.

As the situation normalizes, GMC Baramulla looks forward to continuing its essential role in providing quality healthcare services to the community.

Reporting from GMC Baramulla,
Medical Correspondent


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