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West Bengal: Agitating junior doctors agree to meet CM Mamata Banerjee

In West Bengal, agitating junior doctors have agreed to meet Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. 

Talking to the media after a meeting of their Governing Body, a spokesperson of the joint forum of junior doctors asserted that the Chief Minister was free to decide the venue of the meeting with them, but stressed it should be held in open.

  The agitators said, they were keen to end the impasse and they would like to join their duties as early as possible. Ms Banerjee yesterday invited the agitators for talks.

Meanwhile, Indian Medical Association has said, it would go ahead with the strike tomorrow with withdrawal of non-essential health services across the country. 

Medical services continued to remain affected for the sixth day today, leaving several patients in the lurch, as the agitation continues. 


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