The PG resident doctor's mask was allegedly torn by the attendants of the patients and he was allegedly slapped and kicked on the abdomen by the attendants of the patients in the COVID ward.
They said that though they had written letters and held talks with the government representatives, including Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar, their demands have not been met.
Wearing black dresses and sporting black badges, the doctors and other health staff staged protests and raised slogans.
The Indian Medical Association (IMA), in a statement, said as many as 3.5 lakh doctors, with proper Covid protocol, participated in the agitation.
However, he lauded the hospital authorities for withdrawing the order following criticism from various quarters.
On Saturday, the state government sent eviction notices to the doctors, who had resigned in protest following the HC order on Thursday, to vacate their hostels.
Dr Seuj Kumar Senapati was brutally beaten up by a group of people following the death of a Covid patient at the Odali Model Hospital in Hojai district of Central Assam.
The medicos have sought an unconditional public apology from Ramdev or action under the Epidemic Diseases Act.
The health services provided by medical colleges across the state including the state's largest hospital PMCH in Patna, have crippled due to the strike.
However, emergency medical services will remain unaffected as they have been exempted from the purview of the agitation.
All non-essential and non-Covid services will be withdrawn from hospitals across the state between 6 am and 6 pm on December 11.
Two among five government doctors who have launched a fast unto death, pressing their four-point charter of demands were hospitalised on Monday, the fourth day of their strike.
A couple from Tiptur, Nadim Pasha and Phara visited several private hospitals on Monday to get treatment for their baby who had fallen ill.
Around 8000 private doctors marched from Bengaluru City railway station to Freedom Park, calling the bill unconstitutional.