Delhi: Nursing Officers of Govt Hospitals Terminated From Services, Hold Protest Outside Harsh Vardhan’s Residence

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The contractual nursing officers of central government from Safdarjung hospital, RML hospital, Lady Hardinge hospital, Kalawati hospital and others sat in protest outside Vadhan's house in Delhi after they were terminated from services suddenly.

New Delhi, June 25: Contractual nursing staff of several Central Government hospital in Delhi on Tuesday staged a protest outside residence of Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan in the national capital after being suddenly terminated from services. According to a tweet by ANI, the contractual nursing officers of central government from Safdarjung hospital, RML hospital, Lady Hardinge hospital, Kalawati hospital and others sat in protest outside Vadhan's house in Delhi. The protesting doctors said they will continue the protest at Safdarjung till there are not given the joining letter.

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The doctors allege that they've been suddenly terminated from services without any intimation or warning by the government. The protesters said that nearly 5000 staff are required to fill in vacancies and still they were terminated. They said, the reason of the their termination is unknown. "Why are we being terminated if staff is needed? They're using policy of use & throw", they were quoted by ANI.

Here's the tweet:

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The protesters said that they had gathered outside the Health Minister's residence even on Monday, but they were told minister wasn't there. " Nearly 5000 staff are required. Why are we being terminated if staff is needed? They're using policy of use&throw. We had come here y'day too but we were told minister is not here. The same happened today. We'll protest at Safdarjung till we're given letter of joining", they said.