Let’s be realistic here. There the pay will be in lakhs but the living expenditure will also be in lakhs. Like Siddharth Krishna pointed out the only advantages are easier lifestyles and better pay for the traditionally lower earning specialities in India like micro/path (without own setup) because all specialities are paid the same there. If money is the concern then India is the best place to be. If you want easier hours and less chances of assault by bystanders then UK.
Also the training pathways are too long compared to our 3yrs +2 yrs bond, the exams are costly and the taxes there are higher than India. And no, you cannot not pay those taxes either. Human labour is costlier. Services are costlier. If you have a kid you will need to hire a full time babysitter - leaving the child alone at home will result in a criminal case by child protection services and you’ll probably need to go to court to retain custody of your own child. Some issues are apparent right away. Some come up much later in life.
here doctors do not have any property , leave comfortable