YDA puts off sit-in after Punjab govt accepted their demands partly
LAHORE: The Young Doctors Association (YDA) Punjab after a meeting with officials of the health department put off their sit-in in front of the Chief Minister’s Secretariat on Wednesday.
An YDA leader, Dr Nasir Abbas, while speaking to APP said during a meeting between the YDA and health department officials today, the Punjab government had accepted 50 per cent of their demands regarding the service structure due to which the YDA leaders decided to postpone their sit-in and other protest moves.
Responding to a question regarding announcement of dissolution of YDA body, he refuted this news item and said that the current YDA body would work till the next election.
He said a committee had been formed consisting of YDA leaders and health department officials for further action on the remaining demands regarding service structure.
“A meeting of the committee is likely very soon,” he added.