Dispute with ambulance staff not resolved, disturbed patients and companions

Lakhimpur Kheri. The ambulance driver and EMT staff, who had been on strike over the claims for the past seven days, drove to Lucknow Thursday morning after the administration forcibly removed the keys. At the same time, the administration has started operating ambulances with private drivers, but this is not in the name of alleviating patient problems. Due to the strike, patients and nurses have not received a government emergency service for the past three days.
Ambulance drivers and paramedics held a sit-in for various requirements over the past seven days. Angry about the non-compliance with the requirements, the rescue workers stopped the ambulance wheels on Sunday evening. At the request of the government, the drivers started the demonstration by parking all ambulances on Nasruddin Mauji’s compound. Given the problems patients faced Wednesday, on the direction of the government, Sadar SDM Dr. Arun Kumar Singh, CO City Arvind Kumar Verma, ACMO Dr on the police line. Pawan Shukla, district president of Jeevandayini 108 and 102 Ambulance Services, said that all employees went to the Lucknow picket location on orders from the government.
Room not found, private drivers have to sleep in the ambulance
Mitoli. Amid the ongoing ambulance workers’ strike, the administration has turned over ambulances to private workers and sent them to the CHC, but the situation has not improved yet. Where there used to be six ambulances in Mitouli, only four ambulances have now reached the CHC, which has two 108 and two 102 ambulances.
Ambulances have reached the CHC but people are still not getting full service. People still bring patients to hospitals from their private vehicles. At the same time, the new ambulance drivers don’t even get a room to stay overnight.
The driver says he is threatened by the old driver. He didn’t even leave his room. In such a situation, new ambulance drivers are also very upset. At the same time, CHC Superintendent Dr. AN Chauhan announced that ambulances had come to the hospital and their surgery had started. Alternative arrangements will be made for drivers.
Chandan Mishra, a Sitapur resident, says he used to drive a car in a private school. He was sent to run an ambulance like this one. So far, no appointment has been received. The salary is also not mentioned. He says he has to sleep in the ambulance himself. On Thursday, he took two people to the hospital in an ambulance.
Ajay Kumar, a resident of Singhahi, used to drive a transportation company. He says that neither the letter of appointment nor the salary was given. He’s also afraid for his future. He says the old ambulance staff are threatening him. He said that a patient was taken to the hospital.
Patients and relatives are restless for three days
Paliyakalan. Rescue workers have been on strike for three days. In Palia CHC, too, drivers and operators have parked ambulances, which is why there are no state ambulances available to patients who come to the community health center. Patients say that if the ambulance strikes, the administration should take alternative precautions or accept the demands of ambulance staff so that patients don’t suffer. In this regard, CHC Superintendent Dr. Harendra Nath Varun that the strike was ongoing and that most of the patients were being self-treated at the CHC. When one and a half heavy patients come, they drive their vehicle to the district hospital. conversation

Lakhimpur Kheri. The ambulance driver and EMT staff, who had been on strike over the claims for the past seven days, drove to Lucknow Thursday morning after the administration forcibly removed the keys. At the same time, the administration has started operating ambulances with private drivers, but this is not in the name of alleviating patient problems. Due to the strike, patients and nurses have not received a government emergency service for the past three days.

Ambulance drivers and paramedics held a sit-in for various requirements over the past seven days. Angry about the non-compliance with the requirements, the rescue workers stopped the ambulance wheels on Sunday evening. At the request of the government, the drivers started the demonstration by parking all ambulances on Nasruddin Mauji’s compound. Given the problems patients faced Wednesday, on the direction of the government, Sadar SDM Dr. Arun Kumar Singh, CO City Arvind Kumar Verma, ACMO Dr on the police line. Pawan Shukla, district president of Jeevandayini 108 and 102 Ambulance Services, said that all employees went to the Lucknow picket location on orders from the government.

Room not found, private drivers have to sleep in the ambulance

Mitoli. Amid the ongoing ambulance workers’ strike, the administration has turned over ambulances to private workers and sent them to the CHC, but the situation has not improved yet. Where there used to be six ambulances in Mitouli, only four ambulances have now reached the CHC, which has two 108 and two 102 ambulances.

Ambulances have reached the CHC but people are still not getting full service. People still bring patients to hospitals from their private vehicles. At the same time, the new ambulance drivers don’t even get a room to stay overnight.

The driver says he is threatened by the old driver. He didn’t even leave his room. In such a situation, new ambulance drivers are also very upset. At the same time, CHC Superintendent Dr. AN Chauhan announced that ambulances had come to the hospital and their surgery had started. Alternative arrangements will be made for drivers.

Chandan Mishra, a Sitapur resident, says he used to drive a car in a private school. He was sent to run an ambulance like this one. So far, no appointment has been received. The salary is also not mentioned. He says he has to sleep in the ambulance himself. On Thursday, he took two people to the hospital in an ambulance.

Ajay Kumar, a resident of Singhahi, used to drive a transportation company. He says that neither the letter of appointment nor the salary was given. He’s also afraid for his future. He says the old ambulance staff are threatening him. He said that a patient was taken to the hospital.

Patients and relatives are restless for three days

Paliyakalan. Rescue workers have been on strike for three days. In Palia CHC, too, drivers and operators have parked ambulances, which is why there are no state ambulances available to patients who come to the community health center. Patients say that if the ambulance strikes, the administration should take alternative precautions or accept the demands of ambulance staff so that patients don’t suffer. In this regard, CHC Superintendent Dr. Harendra Nath Varun that the strike was ongoing and that most of the patients were being self-treated at the CHC. When one and a half heavy patients come, they drive their vehicle to the district hospital. conversation

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