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5 protesting nurses who climbed building, hospitalized in Patiala

PATIALA: Five of six contractual nurses who climbed the Rajindra clinic's scientific superintendent construction in Patiala on Wednesday were hospitalised after being drenched via rain and hailstorm all through the intervening evening of Wednesday and Thursday.

The nurses have been protesting for the second one consecutive day over the demand in their regularisation. The nurses of various hospitals of the state on Tuesday staged a protest in Patiala following which the administrative government assured them a couple of assembly with the well being minister.

The collection of protesters who had climbed to the construction of scientific superintendent had risen to 10 whereas until Wednesday, handiest 6 nurses have been provide atop the construction.

On Thursday, 4 contractual males additionally joined the protesting nursing workforce girls, whilst five girls have been changed with those that have been hospitalized.

The protestors have been assured via the senior workforce of the clinic for enhance. The protesting nurses mentioned they have been betrayed via the federal government earlier too so they would not name off their protest until the contractual nursing workforce are given the appointment letters for regularisation. The protestors threatened to leap if their calls for aren't met via the federal government.

President of Punjab contractual nursing and ancillary workforce Karamjeet Kaur Aulakh mentioned, "The protest would continue until we get our appointment letters from the state government as we have lost faith in the incumbent government which had always cheated us by making false promises."

In July closing year, some nurses had climbed atop the Government Medical college construction and demanded 33 percent increment in their salaries. Similarly, in 2016, 4 members of the Contractual Nurses Union had climbed atop an iron-bridge on the Bhakra canal whilst the association president Karamjit Kaur had then jumped into it but used to be getting rid of protected via the police.

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