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    Doctors from the Directorate of Medical Education (DME) in Hyderabad are asking the government to handle transfers of teaching doctors more fairly. They want doctors working in remote areas to be given priority for transfers.

    Many government teaching doctors have been working in medical colleges like Gandhi and Osmania in Hyderabad for over seven years. They are frustrated with the government’s lack of action and want these long-standing doctors to be transferred. Recently, members of the Government Doctors’ Association protested outside the Vaidya Vidhana Parishad office at Koti.

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    During the protest, Prof Sekhar from Nagarkurnool Medical College explained that a previous government order allowed doctors in certain medical colleges to avoid transfers. This has led to many doctors staying in Hyderabad while others in remote areas have been away from their families for years.

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    Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy has promised transparent transfers once the model code of conduct is lifted. The TTGDA State team also met with Health Minister Damodar Rajanarsimha to emphasize the need for fair and transparent general transfers. They believe doctors in peripheral medical colleges who have been there for more than five years should be the first priority for transfers.

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    The doctors are calling for transfers to happen sooner, without restrictions, to benefit more people. They want those who have been in Hyderabad for a long time to make room for doctors from outside. Additionally, they are requesting hardship allowances for doctors working in tribal and rural areas.

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