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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Talking to reporters, Health Minister K K Shylaja has said that the doctors’ strike without even a prior notice cannot be justified and that a discussion with them could be held only after they end their strike.

She also said that the doctors’ strike is unjust and that they are challenging hapless patients.

“The doctors must not destroy the Aardram Mission, which is helpful to a lot of people. The mission was launched after creating needful designations and vacancies, and that too after discussing it with the doctors,” she said.

The minister also said that the OP time was fixed from 2.00 pm to 6.00 pm not to inconvenience anyone.

“They should have given a notice before the strike. This cannot be justified by any standards. They should not force the doctors in probation period to take part in the strike. There is provision in Kerala Services to dismiss employees who strike during their probation period,” she said.

K K Shylaja also said that she has given instructions to submit a list of details about the striking doctors, and that further action would be taken after receiving the report.

The minister added that the government has not declared war on anyone and that they are ready to solve any problems through discussions.

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