Jabalpur, New Dunia Rep. In Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College, the nurses protested by wearing a black bandage. Although he also worked in the wards. After the strike of junior doctors has cooled down, now the nurses have expressed their displeasure over the non-fulfillment of their demands. Nurses have started protest week from Wednesday on the call of MP Nursing Association. The nurses have expressed their displeasure over the non-fulfillment of the 9-point demands.
Requests not yet fulfilled: According to the President of the Association, Harsha Solanki, on Nurses Day last month, a memorandum was submitted in the name of the Chief Minister to the Collector and the Dean of the college. Other demands were made including second grade pay, implementation of old pension policy, giving regular jobs to the relatives of nurses who died from Corona, recruitment of mail nurses, permanent nurses doing duty during the Kovid period. So far no assurance has been given by the government on this, nor has there been any discussion. If the demands are not met soon, then after June 14, the nurses will be on strike in all the medical colleges of the state. On Wednesday, the nurses submitted a memorandum of their demand to Cantt MLA Ashok Rohani. Even on Thursday, the nurses will work by tying a black band.
The strike stuck in factionalism: The Nurses Health Organization differs from Nurses’ Protest Week. According to the organization’s president Sunila Ishadin, this is not the time for protests. Service opportunity. The members of the organization will regularly provide their services in the hospital.