Current Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is not leaving any stone unturned to make or implement his revolutionary decisions. After, sand and liquor, now it seems to be the turn of government doctors.
From the latest update, it was known that CM Jagan has now taken a crucial decision towards the government doctors. From the reports, it was clear that Jagan has abolished the private practice of the government doctors. Jagan has taken this decision as per the report submitted by the Dr. Sujatha Rao expert committee, reportedly.
Close sources have also hinted that Jagan has decided to give the additional payment to the doctors, post abolishing the private practice. It was also known that along with this issue, the committee has suggested the 100 issues too and on to them, Jagan had a detailed discussion with concerned people on all the points and accepted in principle, sources said.
On the other hand, still, there is no clarity on the capital of Andhra Pradesh whether Amaravati would be as decided or Jagan would be taking a step to relocate it for which opposition parties are voicing out high. It has wait and see, as the time rolls out.