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Salaries pending, Covid hospital’s nursing staff threatens to go on strike | Noida News – Times of India

NOIDA: Even as 240 sufferers are present process therapy on the Noida Covid hospital, nurses working within the hospital on Monday threatened to go on strike stating their they haven’t acquired salaries since March.
The nurses alleged that whereas they’ve been working repeatedly, they haven’t acquired salaries after February.
According to the nursing staff, a complete of 46 of them haven’t acquired salaries since February. Each of them is paid Rs. 17, 500 per thirty days.
“We received the salaries in February last. After that, our manpower company told us that their contract with the hospital has been completed,” he stated.
The nurses threatened to take strike and cease work alleging that the issue had been persevering with for the previous few months.
“We have been working continuously and trying to save the lives of the patients but disbursal of salaries hasn’t been happening properly. Most of us are staying on rent and have families to support,” stated one of the nurses.
Another nurse stated that after they spoke to the CMS, they’ve been reassured that they are going to get their salaries and in case, their wage does not come, then they’d take to strike from Tuesday.
When the staffers threatened to strike work, senior officers gave them an assurance and inside a day, the wage for March was deposited of their accounts.
Noida Covid hospital CMS Dr Renu Aggarwal informed TOI that the staffers are working in double shifts and no one went on a strike.
“There was some problem in disbursal of salary for March and April but the salary has been disbursed to the staff on Monday itself. Further, the salary for April too will be disbursed to them soon. Our staff is very motivated and are working continuously for the wellbeing of the patients,” she stated.

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