Kolkata: West Bengal Governor Kesari Nath Tripathi on Satursday wrote a letter to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and advised to take immediate steps to provide security to the doctors and explore the solution to the stalemate created by the strike of doctors across the state.
Banerjee later said that she talked to the governor and informed him about the steps taken by the state government to resolve the deadlock in hospitals.
The Governor said in the letter that it will help in creating a favorable environment and “doctors will be able to return to their duty.” It is significant that Tripathi had said on Friday that he tried to contact the Chief Minister to discuss the issue of junior doctors but he did not get any response from them.
Earlier, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee appealed the doctors to return to work. The Chief Minister said – We have accepted all demands of protesting doctors and are ready to accept the demands but they should return to work.