They demanded to ensure acceptance of their demands, if he wants them to call off their strike.
Young Doctors Association (YDA) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) condemned the action against doctors chanting slogans against the government of Punjab with play cards and banners on their hands.
Addressing the protesters, The head of YDA- KP Alamgir said that doctors association across KP supports their colleges in Punjab and wanted government to release them immediately.
If their demands will not be fulfilled, KP doctors will also join the protest and will stop working, he said.
On Sunday, Young doctors have asked the Chief Minister of Punjab, Mian Shahbaz Sharif to ensure acceptance of their three demands, if he wants them to call off their strike.
The talks were held between representatives of young doctors and senior doctors on Sunday, during which the young doctors presented their demands.
First, they demanded that every medical officer should be appointed directly in grade-18. Second, they said the honorarium of a graduate should equal that of a medical officer. Third, they asked the authorities to equate health professional allowance with basic income.
Senior doctors assured the young doctors that they will not only place demands of the young doctors before the government of Punjab but would also arrange a meeting with the Chief Minister of Punjab.
They appealed to the young doctors to call off their strike.
Young doctors refuted the appeal of senior doctors and said they will not annul the strike before their demands are accepted.
Special assistant to the provincial minister for health, Khwaja Salman Rafeeq said the health department will no more negotiate with the young doctors.