AIIMS strike: Nursing services to be outsourced on contractual basis


 New Delhi, Dec 15: The AIIMS organization has given a letter to the fighting nursing staff expressing that it could be guaranteed that the participation of all the nursing faculty who report for obligation is compulsorily recorded and the individuals who are missing to be set apart all things considered. 


In the interim the AIIMS, Delhi has chosen to reevaluate the nursing administrations on a legally binding premise. The choice was taken during a gathering went to by the administrator, agent chief and senior staff of the AIIMS organization. 


The AIIMS Nurses Union reported an uncertain strike from Monday. 


Quiet consideration administrations hit as AIIMS attendants in Delhi go on uncertain strike 


They have been requesting redressal of their complaints, including those identified with the sixth Pay Commission. The medical attendants are requesting redressal of issues, for example, abolishment of sexual orientation based reservation in the enrolling cycle of nursing officials, upgrade of emergency clinic convenience and unit rebuilding audit. 


R Bhushan, secretary, Ministry of Health said that there should be no suspension or disturbance of nursing capacities in AIIMS not such an activity supported or abetted. 


"It is thus coordinated that AIIMS Delhi ought to guarantee that bearings of Delhi High Court are carefully agreed to no matter what and there should be no suspension or disturbance of nursing capacities in AIIMS nor such an activity supported or abetted," Bhushan said. 


He additionally said that rebelliousness will be treated as an offense under the Disaster Management Act read with the Indian Penal Code. Move will be made as needs be against the defaulting specialists/workers. 


"Sadly, we are declaring that the around 5,000 medical attendants at AIIMS are going on inconclusive strike from Monday onwards with respect to the redressal of their requests, including that identified with the Sixth Central Pay Commission," Harish Kajla, leader of the AIIMS Nurses Union reported.

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