Kerala Government assembles conference of nurses, personal medical facility managements on July 20, 2017

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By Press Trust Of India|Published: 16th July 2017

Members of United Nurses Association getting a demonstration march raising numerous needs consisting of wage walking in front of the High Court in Kochi|K Shijith
Members of United Nurses Association getting a demonstration march raising numerous needs consisting of wage walking in front of the High Court in Kochi|K Shijith

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala federal government would hold a conference of nurses association and personal medical facility managements on July 20 to settle different concerns, consisting of a walking in incomes and other allowances.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan would hold conversations with agents of nurses associations and personal health center managements on July 20, a main release stated here today.

The nurses under the United Nurses Association had the other day delayed their state-wide indefinite strike prepared from today following federal government intervention to July 19.

Members of the attire stated that the choice in this regard was taken at their state committee conference after the intervention of the Chief Minister’s Office.

The strike call was offered by United Nurses Association requiring minimum earnings of Rs 20,000 as repaired by the Supreme Court.

BJP declared that state federal government rather of settling the nurses’ problem was attempting to reduce their agitation.

BJP National executive member V Muraleedharan stated in a declaration that federal government had actually acted in favour of personal medical facility managements and rejected the affordable salaries to nurses.

‘Directing nurses to sign up with responsibility by threatening to enforce ESMA was the anti-working class’, Muraleedharan stated.

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