Drivers of government ambulance services 102 and 108 went on a strike on Monday demanding reimbursement of pending salaries.
The drivers allege that they have not been paid salaries for the past two months.
"There is a proposal to give the drivers payments on a per case basis," according to one ambulance driver.
The drivers demand that they should be paid monthly salaries and not be paid on a per case basis as on some days they do not have any patients.
Health services in the state have been affected due to the strike.
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