Health urges to boycott work across Mysuru district | Mysuru News


Mysuru: A delegation of junior health advocates focusing on contractual basis in the state health division filed a memorandum to the deputy commissioner on Wednesday demanding better wages and regularisation of the tasks amongst others.
so as to press their needs, the caregivers also have decided to boycott their job for a week throughout the district.
Every junior health helper recruited under the National Rural Health Mission was to provide attention to 10,000 individuals at a meagre wage of Rs 10,000 per month, ” they said.
“We’re working for meagre wages in tough conditions to include the Covid-19 in the containment zones. We would like the authorities to supply us adequate salary, occupation regularisation, to give extra incentives to par with other health department personnel and Covid-19 security fittings,” they added.
The country broad indefinite agitation undertaken from the Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHAs) under the aegis of India United Trade Union Centre (AIUTUC) entered 20th day on Wednesday, urgent demands for example Rs 12,000 honorarium.
The protesters threatened to intensify their stir by establishing a’jail bharo’ demonstration and civil disobedience movement when the authorities failed to research their demands.
As a precautionary measure, police personnel had been deployed around DCs office since the protesters have threatened to picket the workplace.


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