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Chitrakoot. The ambulance service came to a complete standstill on the second day due to the demands of the ambulance driver and the support staff to stop the contract system etc. Because of this, the patients and their families had difficulties. Many patients had to travel by private ambulance because they could not get an ambulance. Several district officials arrived late in the evening after the ambulance jammed for the second day in a row.
In response to a call from the State Department of Health’s 108 and 102 ambulance union on Tuesday, led by District President Sanjay Gurjar, ambulance workers protested on the second day by setting up all ambulances in the Devangana Valley. Here, patients and mothers were worried about reaching the hospitals. The family somehow got to the hospital by spending money. There is a demand from rescue workers that employees are not transferred if they change companies. Only experienced employees should be taken on.
Ambulance personnel such as Rajendra Kumar, Amit Kumar, Avnish Patel, Anirudh Singh, Ramjeevan, Naveen etc. were present on the occasion. On the other hand, Sanjay Gurjar, district president of the Ambulance Employees Union, said that the district administration and officials from the Ministry of Health tried to put pressure on them to end the strike, but they said that whatever is decided by the state level is taken into account become. It also said that if the administration wanted to take their vehicle, they could take it with them.

Photo-6- Due to the ambulance strike, the relatives of the referred patient were busy looking for the ambulance in the district hospital.– Photo: CHITRAKOOT

Chitrakoot. The ambulance service came to a complete standstill on the second day due to the demands of the ambulance driver and the support staff to stop the contract system, etc. Because of this, the patients and their families had difficulties. Many patients had to travel by private ambulance because they could not get an ambulance. Several district officials arrived late in the evening after the ambulance jammed for the second day in a row.

In response to a call from the State Department of Health’s 108 and 102 ambulance union on Tuesday, led by District President Sanjay Gurjar, ambulance workers protested on the second day by setting up all ambulances in the Devangana Valley. Here, patients and mothers were worried about reaching the hospitals. The family somehow got to the hospital by spending money. There is a requirement by ambulance workers that employees not be transferred if they change companies. Only experienced employees should be taken on.

Ambulance personnel such as Rajendra Kumar, Amit Kumar, Avnish Patel, Anirudh Singh, Ramjeevan, Naveen etc. were present on the occasion. On the other hand, the district president of the ambulance workers union, Sanjay Gurjar, said that the district administration and officials from the health department tried to end the strike by pressure on them, but they said that whatever is decided by the state level is taken into account become. It also said that if the administration wants to take their vehicle they can take it.

Photo-6- Due to the ambulance strike, the relatives of the referred patient were busy looking for the ambulance in the district hospital.

Photo-6- Due to the ambulance strike, the relatives of the referred patient were busy looking for the ambulance in the district hospital.– Photo: CHITRAKOOT

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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