QUETTA - The Young Doctors Association (YDA) on Friday continued their strike in all the main government-run hospitals in Balochistan, including the provincial capital, against police action, sacking of 127 doctors and delay in accepting their demands. People coming from far-flung areas of the province faced great difficulties owing to strike as no doctor was present at OPDs. Emergency units at Provincial Sandeman Hospital, Bolan Medical College Teaching Hospital, Fatima Jinnah Sanatorium, Helpers Eye Hospital and some private hospitals of Quetta also remained closed. Similarly, doctors in other districts of the province did not attend patients at OPDs. YDA Balochistan Deputy Organiser Dr Shoaib Baloch threatened to continue their strike unless their all demands were not accepted. Talking to this scribe, he said that instead of resolving the issue, the government was using force to sabotage doctors movement for their legitimate demands. He said none of the governments representatives had contacted them so far and that the YDA general body would soon meet and devise its future course of action. He strongly condemned police for firing teargas shells to disrupt peaceful rally and arresting doctors.