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    After 16 years of completing MBBS, a doctor based in Hyderabad received a monthly payment of Rs 9,000.

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    The doctor, who has chosen to remain anonymous, has been practicing medicine for the past 16 years and has been receiving a monthly salary of Rs 9,000. This is a shocking revelation that highlights the dismal state of the healthcare system in India. Despite being a doctor with over a decade of experience, this individual is struggling to make ends meet due to the meager salary they receive.

    The issue of low salaries for doctors is not a new one in India. Many doctors in government hospitals and clinics receive salaries that are well below what they deserve. This not only affects their standard of living but also impacts the quality of healthcare they are able to provide. Doctors who are not paid well are more likely to feel demotivated and may not be able to provide the best possible care to their patients.

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    It is high time that the government takes notice of this issue and takes steps to address it. Doctors are an integral part of our healthcare system, and they deserve to be compensated fairly for their hard work and dedication. Better pay and working conditions will not only attract more talented individuals to the field of medicine but will also improve the quality of healthcare in the country. It is time for us to prioritize the well-being of our doctors so that they can continue to provide the best possible care to those in need.

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    Rajesh M
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