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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: As the State government doctors’ strike entered the fourth day, they came out for talks to end the strike.  But, the government said it was not ready for any compromise.

The doctors are known to have told Health Minister K K Shailja’s private secretary that there were not sulking, but were ready for talks.

The doctors also said “let the government decide on future course of actions”. However, the minister turned her back on the doctors’ demand. First end strike and then come for talks,” the minister was quoted as saying.

The minister had also said in the morning that doctors’ strike without prior notice was not acceptable and she would sit for talks only after the strike ended.

“The doctors are challenging patients. They should not sabotage Adram project that would be of help to lots of people. The OP time was extended after creating sufficient posts. We had also held discussion with doctors. The OP time was extended from 2pm to 6pm not to inconvenience anyone. They should have given notice before strike but they hadn’t bothered to do that,” Shailaja said.

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