On Wednesday, protests by government doctors from several groups were conducted in the city to put pressure on the state government to quickly refund outstanding arrears, general transfers, allowances, and other concerns. A demonstration was staged here at the director of medical education's office by members of the telangana Teaching government Doctors Association (TTGDA). About 200 doctors from 26 districts joined the protesters in expressing their support for their "justified" requests.

Vice-President of TTGDA Dr. kiran Madhala stated to india Herald, "We want the government to pay out PRC arrears that have been outstanding for the past seven years. More than eight months have passed since the file was last in the CMO. Additionally, we want the administration to finalize the general transfers that have been on hold for more than five years. Without the chance to transfer to another hospital, many doctors have been employed in the same district for three to four years.

A revision of GO Ms No. 56, which forbade private practices, better infrastructure facilities, and payment of fixation for doctors transferred from telangana Vaidya Vidhana Parishad (TVVP) and district hospitals to the DME was also asked. 

A professor, associate professor, and assistant professor for every department should be present at a medical college, according to Dr. Sambashiva Reddy, professor of ophthalmology at nalgonda Medical College.

However, many of the state's government colleges are severely understaffed in this area. Despite the fact that they lack infrastructure, district and taluk hospitals have been transformed into government medical colleges in Adilabad, Sangareddy, and Mancherial.

26 medical colleges would go on indefinite strike countrywide if the government does not comply with their requests within a week.

The telangana government Doctors Association (TGGDA), which brought together about 100 doctors to seek the same things, launched a similar protest at gandhi Medical college in the meantime. "We are demanding the release of arrears which are pending since 2016; special allowances to female doctors; time-bound promotions; encashment of ELs; and promotions based on seniority," TGGDA member Dr. Lalu prasad told india Herald.

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