Friday, July 10, 2020

J&K NHM employees extend strike by 72 hours

TSL News Network

JAMMU, Feb 1: National Health Mission (NHM) employees have extended the strike by 72 hours and threatened to further intensify thestruggle if their genuine demands are not met.

In a handout issued here today, All Jammu and Kashmir National Health Mission Employees Association (AJ&KNHM) have resented cold response of administration towards the genuine demands of NHM Employees.  They have said that government has failed to fulfil the commitment made by then Minister for Health, Principal Secretary H&ME and Mission Director NHM to the employees on January 29, 2018.

Association has decided to extend strike by 72- hours (February 2 to 4, 2019) to remind government about the plight of the employees and commitment given to employees in the past. Association has requested all the employees working under the umbrella of National Health Mission including RNTCP, JKSACS , RBSK & NCD Staff , IDSP , Data entry operators to assemble at Press Club Jammu on the above mentioned dates to press the government for fulfilment of our genuine demands.


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