The junior doctors at the Ambedkar hospital of Raipur have once again resorted to strikes to press ahead for their demands to be met.
On indefinite strike, the junior doctors have claimed to have eight-point demands in all.
They have none the less assured that the emergency services would not adversely impacted because of their strike.
But the other patients may continue to suffer, especially those who are admitted in the institution itself.
Junior Doctors Association President Shreyas Agrawal said their demands includes specifying a number of family members who can stay with the patients in the ward, all wards need to have CCTVs, deployment of police personnel in police post in the hospital, ensuring that security guards make rounds frequently to ascertain everything is fine, early filling up of vacant posts and others.