Resident doctors of the state’s medical colleges are constantly demanding Pending Salary on the basis of the seventh pay scale from the year 2016 to 2019. But they allege that the Health Department and RIMS officials have kept quiet about this.
The delegation of agitating doctors was called by Health Secretary KK Son for talks. The Secretary held talks with a delegation of doctors in the Nepal House Ministry and urged them to withdraw the work boycott, stating the time and status of the Corona period. The Health Secretary said to send the pending salary file to the Finance Department, but the doctors demanded a certain deadline from him.
The health department’s responsible policy responsible for the problem
Announcing the indefinite OPD shutdown from Tuesday, Dr. Anitesh Gupta and Chairman Dr. Vikas Singh, Secretary of the RIMS Junior Doctor’s Association (JDA) said that the Secretary of Health Department was talking chubbily in the talks which led to the indefinite closure of OPD Had to decide. He said that the wavering policy of the Health Department is responsible for the problems that the public will face due to the closure of OPD. The decision to boycott the indefinite OPD by the resident doctors of government hospitals across the state is going to have a major impact on the health services. Because only 2500 to 3000 patients arrive every day in the OPD of RIMS. If we add the OPD of all the medical colleges of the state, then the number will increase further. The agitating doctors have been protesting with black badges since March 1 and are trying to get the government’s attention towards their demands. Doctors allege that the government is following the policy of wavering over the payment of their dues and ignoring their demands. The Jharkhand unit of the Indian Medical Association is also with the Protest of Resident Doctors.
What is the whole matter?
Convenor of Jharkhand Resident Doctors Association and Joint Secretary of Ranchi IMA, Dr. Ajit said that the resident doctors are constantly demanding the payment of arrears on the basis of the seventh pay scale from the year 2016 to 2019 but the Health Department and RIMS officials said about this I have kept silence