Additional Chief Secretary Rakesh assured them the doctors would be informed of the government’s decision on Friday.
The All Tripura Government Doctors Association said there were rumours the suspension was in connection with an MLA’s visit to the centre.
Speaking to indianexpress.com, a police officer said the MLA has been charged under the Epidemic Diseases Act and the Tripura Medical Service and Protection of Property Damage Act. The FIR was registered suo motu, added the officer.
Chief Minister Deb has gone into self-isolation, he said on social media.
Former MP Jitendra Chaudhury made the comments after a statue of an indigenous woman fell down in Khumulwng. Authorities have claimed the statue broke due to heavy rain.
Nath told reporters that all doctors, paramedics, nurses and support staff in the state health department were paid in full in time. He further added that the state government has announced incentives and honorarium for medical staff engaged in COVID-19 duty.
GB Police Outpost Officer in-charge Rakesh Patoari said preliminary investigation suggested that the patient was suffering from some sort of mental trauma or depression, given his recent history of two successive attempts of suicide.
A complaint was filed in connection with the alleged assault of a health care worker who was harassed and spat at by patients at the Covid centre
However, the district hospital's medical superintendent said he discussed with his seniors before referring the patient to GBP Hospital in Agartala and claimed the decision had to be taken due to unavoidable infrastructure shortage.
In a televised appeal, Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb said a continuous lockdown for at least eight more days was required to break the chain of transmission.
As per the FIR, the teenager had gone to meet a boy from Khashiamangal village of Khowai district but on her way back was raped in a car by a group of me who offered her a lift home. In the second incident, a housewife from Karailongpara village filed a complaint of molestation and rape against a 21-year-old youth of the area.
On Monday, when the medical teams tried to enter tribal hamlets like Twimadhu, Mungiakami, Jumbari, Tulashikhar and few other villages in the vicinity, the villagers cut off all entry and exit points in these areas and demanded the local administration to exclude them from the survey process.
On July 24, District Health Surveillance Officer Dr Sangita Chakraborty was allegedly abused and spat on by COVID patients, who were being treated at a COVID Care Centre set up in Bhagat Singh Youth Hostel in Agartala.
Amitabha, now admitted at a Covid Care Centre in Chandrapur area of Gomati district, claimed his father died because of the utter negligence of the hospital.
West Tripura District Health Surveillance Officer Dr. Sangita Chakraborty said she was abused and spat at by patients being treated at a COVID Care Centre, when she went there to admit five women who had given birth a day ago.
Law Minister Ratan Lal Nath said the decision was taken in a high level meeting with experts and officials of the health department. The minister said a door-to-door survey for Covid-19 would commence across Tripura from next Monday.
The cargo vessel which started from Haldia Port of West Bengal on July 18 was supposed to arrive three day later at a temporary jetty set up as part of Indo-Bangla inland waterways protocol route connecting Daudkandi of Bangladesh. The project was later changed and the cargo was brought by road.
The doctors who were to operate on her first had to train on using PPE kits.
Speaking to reporters, West Tripura Superintendent of Police Manik Das on Wednesday said: "We got complaints from the Chief Minister's Office and DGP office about posting of indecent photographs and remarks about the Mathua community found in different parts of the country, mainly in West Bengal.
The Congress termed the chief minister's remarks "shameful and unfortunate".
While there has been little progress in the resettlement process since January, the six Bru relief camps are plagued with more immediate problems amid the Covid-19 lockdown.
Stating that many states like Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Telengana and Odisha have announced or are considering salary cuts, Nath said his government has chosen to walk a different path.
In the last six days, several meetings have been held between the BSF and BGB. During these meeting, the BSF claims it provided Bangladeshi authorities with sufficient proof to establish the identities of the 12 people.
Speaking to reporters, Tripura Law Minister Ratan Lal Nath said the Cabinet had approved 1,488 posts for the paramilitary force on July 7 against which 35,642 candidates have applied. Of the total, 4,752 are women.
The IPFT, which held a 24-hour strike, has blamed the BJP for the arrest of Pradip Debbarma, president of Indigenous Motor Workers Union (IMWU), a frontal organization of the tribal party, on charges of arson at a BJP party office