Para medical staff sits on dharna in Government Medical College, Opd stalled for two hours

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Badaun. There is resentment at the lower fees for paramedical staff at Government Medical College than before. The workforce went on strike on Monday. After about two hours, the headmaster went to the site and assured the striking employees. Then the strike ended. Here patients had to be troubled by getting the form in the OPD and other kinds of problems.
Rekha, president of the Joint Health Outsourcing Contract Employees Association, who works on a dharna at Government Medical College, said covid-19 infection has now decreased dramatically across the state, including the district. During the intensification of the transition, the paramedical staff worked hard, but now the fee has been reduced compared to before. That harms the employees. He said that the paramedical staff made a request from the headmaster to the DM to keep the fee as before. Because of not listening, the medical staff at the OPD gate went on strike from 8 a.m. on Monday. During this OPD was completely stopped. After about two hours, the headmistress, Dr. Dharmendra Gupta took the place. Once there, he listened to the demands of the staff. He promised to hold talks with the government on this matter. Everything will be done to ensure that employees continue to receive the same fee as before. Union General Secretary Wasim Ahmed Gaddi, District Vice President Mayank Yadav also opposed the policy. About 150 employees were present in the dharna and on strike.
No prescriptions made for two hours, doctors sit empty
The OPD stalled after the medical school’s paramedical staff went on strike. New brochures could not be created because the staff was not sitting at the brochure counter. Because of this, the doctor just sat empty. The doctors could see the prescriptions that had already been issued, but the patients could not get the medication.
The way of the middlemen is to be blocked
The medical staff said the government’s instruction is to provide direct benefits to the beneficiary under the state system at every level. The route to middlemen should be closed, but in the process of outsourcing, the government provides workers with fees through the contractor. This system is not right, it should be stopped.
Emergency service employees
The paramedical staff stationed in the college staged a sit-in because their demands were not met, but during that time they took full care that no patient encountered any problems during the emergency. Against this background, the staff was stationed here.
Employee posted in college
– Employee – six
– Personal Nurse-110
– Class IV-75
– Sweeper-28
It was learned about the dharna on behalf of the medical personnel. Your demands were heard. The senior officials are informed of their request so that the employees’ problems can be resolved. – Dr. Dharmendra Gupta, Principal Government Medical College

Badaun. There is resentment at the lower fees for paramedical staff at Government Medical College than before. The workforce went on strike on Monday. After about two hours, the headmaster went to the site and assured the striking employees. Then the strike ended. Here patients had to be troubled by getting the form in the OPD and other kinds of problems.

Rekha, president of the Joint Health Outsourcing Contract Employees Association, who works on a dharna at Government Medical College, said covid-19 infection has now decreased dramatically across the state, including the district. During the intensification of the transition, the paramedical staff worked hard, but now the fee has been reduced compared to before. That harms the employees. He said that the paramedical staff made a request from the headmaster to the DM to keep the fee as before. Because of not listening, the medical staff at the OPD gate went on strike from 8 a.m. on Monday. During this OPD was completely stopped. After about two hours, the headmistress, Dr. Dharmendra Gupta took the place. Once there, he listened to the demands of the staff. He assured that he would hold talks with the government on this matter. Everything will be done to ensure that employees continue to receive the same fee as before. Union General Secretary Wasim Ahmed Gaddi, District Vice President Mayank Yadav also opposed the policy. About 150 employees were present in the dharna and on strike.

No prescriptions made for two hours, doctors sit empty

The OPD stalled after the medical school’s paramedical staff went on strike. New brochures could not be created because the staff was not sitting at the brochure counter. Because of this, the doctor just sat there empty-handed. The doctors could see the prescriptions that had already been issued, but the patients could not get the medication.

The way of the middlemen is to be blocked

The medical staff said the government’s instruction is to provide direct benefits to the beneficiary under the state system at every level. The route to middlemen should be closed, but in the process of outsourcing, the government provides workers with fees through the contractor. This system is not right, it should be stopped.

Emergency service employees

The paramedical staff stationed in the college staged a sit-in because their demands were not met, but during that time they took full care that no patient encountered any problems during the emergency. Against this background, the staff was stationed here.

Employee posted in college

– Employee – six

– Personal Nurse-110

– Class IV-75

– Sweeper-28

It was learned about the dharna on behalf of the medical personnel. Your demands were heard. The senior officials are informed of their request so that the employees’ problems can be resolved. – Dr. Dharmendra Gupta, Principal Government Medical College

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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