Bihar News: Veterinary College Patna Junior Doctor’s Strike Ends Ann




Patna: All the students (junior doctors) of Bihar Veterinary College were on strike since last June 6. But the strike ended on Wednesday. These people were protesting at the main gate of the Veterinary College for the last several days demanding internship and honorarium of PG veterinary doctors to be equal to the various medical systems of Bihar. On Wednesday, the police under the leadership of Secretariat SP Kamya Mishra forced the agitating junior doctors out of the college campus. During this, there was a ruckus between the junior doctor and the police for some time, after which the police reached the Animal Husbandry Department with a delegation of five junior doctors, where they spoke.

The agitating PG students say that they have been demanding this since 2016, but till date only assurance has been received. It is being told that the junior doctors sat on a dharna last year as well, after which the then Animal Husbandry Minister Mukesh Sahni reached the dharna site. After his assurance, the strike was over. He had said that their demands would be considered within 15 days, but it is more than six months, nothing has happened yet.

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After this, the junior doctors resumed their sit-in demonstrations from June 6. Junior doctors doing internship said that junior doctors doing internship in Bihar Veterinary College are given Rs 5000 per month and PG students only Rs 1800 per month. The amount of internship for other medical system students is between 17000 to 25000 and PG fellowship is between 65000 to 82000. Internship students told that only in Bihar junior veterinarians are given such a small amount.

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