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Jaipur: Private doctors and civil society have come face to face on the Right To Health Bill. Private doctors have been opposing the bill and approached Raj Bhavan seeking the governor’s intervention in the matter. On the other hand, civil society activists opened a front against doctors while terming the decision of the private doctors to boycott government schemes as unethical. They said that the doctors are blackmailing, which will not be tolerated under any circumstances. The activists said that if this behavior of the doctors continues, then the public will also come on the road. Welcoming the decision of the govt, the activist said that the decision of the private doctors to boycott the government schemes is unethical and the doctors have been opposing the bill and blackmailing the system just for their own gain, which will not be tolerated.