Senior doctors belonging to the MCDA had gone on casual leave en masse over their pending salaries on Monday and begun an indefinite strike on Tuesday.
DNB trainees at the Delhi hospital have last been paid stipend in July and there is delay in disbursal of salary August onwards.
Salary row: After mass casual leave, senior doctors of North Corporation hospitals to go on indefinite strike
Several resident doctors of LNJP Hospital on Monday worked sporting black arm bands to show solidarity with protesting medics.
They have also sought a permanent solution for handing over municipal health services to the Central Government is not decided.
The doctors have been protesting for several weeks and demanding the release of their salary for the last three months.
Wearing masks, doctors from Hindu Rao Hospital, Kasturba Hospital and Rajen Babu Tuberculosis Hospital held placards and appealed to higher authorities to intervene and resolve the crisis.
Wearing masks, doctors from Hindu Rao Hospital, Kasturba Hospital and Rajen Babu Tuberculosis Hospital held placards and raised slogans.
Hit by unpaid salaries, doctors at North Corporation-run Hindu Rao Hospital, Kasturba Hospital and Rajen Babu Tuberculosis Hospital say they are now battling financial and mental stress.
The Municipal Corporation Doctor's Association said that the salary issue has caused immense resentment amongst doctors who are demoralised, mentally stressed, depressed and distracted.
The doctors and other staff of hospitals working under the jurisdiction of North Delhi Municipal Corporation have threatened to suspend work over non-payment of their salaries.
The doctors of the facility under the North Delhi Municipal Corporation have been agitating over no payment of salary for the past four months now.
According to Dr Abhimanyu Sardana, the president of Residents' Doctors Association of Hindu Rao Hospital, the protest is to demand proper segregation of the donning and doffing area.
The Delhi government followed suit and decided to withdraw the special quarantine facilities and hospitals got orders on May 18.
A senior doctor posted at a health facility in Dwarka filed a writ petition before the HC challenging the 'arbitrary' circular issued on May 8.
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