Covid patients will not receive food if payment is not made

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Saharapur. SB Contractor and Catering Firm, which provides food to Kovid’s patients at Government Medical College, has expressed its inability to continue work due to non-payment of money. In this regard, a letter was written to the client on behalf of the law firm.
The company says it will provide tea, snacks and groceries to patients admitted to Government Medical College covid hospitals starting November 12, 2020. Money has not yet been paid. Three times a letter was written about this. The amount of spending was around Rs 10 lakh that is not paid. On Monday, July 19, a letter was sent to the headmaster Dr. Arvind Trivedi, in which the incapacity for work due to non-payment of funds is expressed. This means that if the money is not paid to the company, it will not provide the corona patients with food in the future. On the other hand, says Rector Dr. Arvind Trivedi that the company has to pay the money from the NHM fund, for which a letter was written to the NHM officials. Another reminder with a payment request will be sent.
Laboratory scientists wander for fees
Saharapur. Despite being infected during the Corona period, Aiman ​​Rashid, a BSL-2 Lab scientist at Government Medical College who keeps his life on his hand, has to hike for a fee. The victim has appealed to the district court.
Aiman ​​Rashid said he will start working as a scientist in the BSL-2 laboratory from May 20, 2021, but has not yet received an appointment letter. She went to the rector’s office several times for letters of appointment and honoraria. There the doctor and staff even behaved indecently with him. Aiman ​​says that he was on duty in the laboratory despite being Corona-positive. Even after that, he is harassed. Then he lost and had to appeal to the district judge. Aiman ​​has given an appointment letter and a three month fee equivalent to about one lakh of 20,000 rupees. An application was made to the district court to fetch him. On the other hand, headmaster Dr. Arvind Trivedi that Aiman ​​is unsuitable for the job he is working on. His appointment was wrong. The matter is being investigated. Only then will the letter of appeal and the fee be taken into account.

Saharapur. SB Contractor and Catering Firm, which provides food to Kovid’s patients at Government Medical College, has expressed its inability to continue work due to non-payment of money. In this regard, a letter was written to the client on behalf of the law firm.

The company says it will provide tea, snacks and groceries to patients admitted to Government Medical College covid hospitals starting November 12, 2020. Money has not yet been paid. Three times a letter was written about this. The amount of spending was around Rs 10 lakh that is not paid. On Monday, July 19, a letter was sent to the headmaster Dr. Arvind Trivedi, in which the incapacity for work due to non-payment of funds is expressed. This means that if the money is not paid to the company, it will not provide the corona patients with food in the future. On the other hand, says Rector Dr. Arvind Trivedi that the company has to pay the money from the NHM fund, for which a letter was written to the NHM officials. Another reminder with a payment request will be sent.

Laboratory scientists wander for fees

Saharapur. Despite being infected during the Corona period, Aiman ​​Rashid, a BSL-2 Lab scientist at Government Medical College who keeps his life on his hand, has to hike for a fee. The victim has appealed to the district court.

Aiman ​​Rashid said he will start working as a scientist in the BSL-2 laboratory from May 20, 2021, but has not yet received an appointment letter. She went to the rectorate several times to receive letters of appointment and fees. There the doctor and staff even behaved indecently with him. Aiman ​​says that even though he’s Corona positive, he’s been on duty in the lab. Even after that, he is harassed. Then he had to defeat himself and appeal to the district judge. Aiman ​​has given an appointment letter and a three month fee equivalent to about one lakh of 20,000 rupees. An application was made to the district court to fetch him. On the other hand, headmaster Dr. Arvind Trivedi that Aiman ​​is unsuitable for the job he is working on. His appointment was wrong. The matter is being investigated. Only then will the letter of appeal and the fee be taken into account.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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