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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Despite the health department ordering strong action against government doctors who are striking work, they are planning to intensify their indefinite strike. The strike is being held against extending OP consultation time in government hospitals even when there is no move to appoint additional doctors. 
 
KGMO informed that if strong action is taken against the doctors, they will resign en masse. It said that it was not interested in talks with the government.
 
Meanwhile, as the strike entered the third day, the health department is planning to take strong action against the doctors. Earlier, the government had informed that days on which they would be absent would be considered as unauthorised leaves with loss of pay. The strike will also affect salary hike, promotion and transfer.   
 
Earlier, the government had decided to issue notice to those under probation among the strikers and terminate their service. 
The strike had started on Friday.
 
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