Doctors to launch a strike, demanding a fuel allowance of Rs29000/-.
According to the reports,the Government Medical Officers Association, is preparing to launch a strike demanding a fuel allowance of Rs 29,000/-, for the doctors.
Mr Chandika Epitakaduwa,the Secretary of the Association says that,the members of the Association have decided to hold an emergency meeting tomorrow in this regards.
Even though they should receive a fuel allowance of Rs29000/- ,now they are only receiving Rs15,000/-, they say.

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