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Deadlock continues, talks remain inclusive
Jaipur: A meeting between Rajasthan government officials and agitating private doctors demanding the withdrawal of he Rajasthan Right to Health Bill that was passed in the state assembly last week was held on Sunday.
The officials assured the delegation of ten doctors to look into the suggestions of the doctors.
However, the doctors adamant about their demand said that the meeting fetched no result as the government was not ready to fulfill the demand.
CS Usha Sharma said the Bill has been introduced with the aim of further strengthening rights of the people to their health. After the meeting, Dr Ashok Sharda said that the demand for the withdrawal of the bill continues.