AIIMS nurses call off strike after Delhi High Court's intervention

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Pallavi Pathak
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Updated on Apr 27, 2022 16:13 IST

Following the Delhi High Court's order, the nurses of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Delhi have called off the strike.

AIIMS nurses call off strike after Delhi High Court intervention

The nurses of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Delhi have called off the strike on Tuesday night after Delhi High Court told them to re-join work.

“We are accepting the decision of the Delhi High Court. We have been asked to appear in court on Wednesday. We will do so and based on the decision of the court, we will chalk our future course of action,” said a representative of the AIIMS nurses union, as reported by The Print.

AIIMS Nurses Union demands revocation of suspension of Union's president

The Union's letter reads, “In response to your unilateral decision to suspend Harish Kajila, president of AllMS Nurses Union, without even citing proper reasons, the union called an emergency executive meeting and took the decision to go on indefinite strike from 8 AM on April 26 demanding immediate revocation of suspension of Harish Kumar Kajla and stopping of all kinds of retaliative measures against union executives and Union members of main operation theatre (OT).”

“The union has always been receptive and open to expressing our genuine concerns and version throughout this issue. But unfortunately, we were neither called, nor contacted via any communication which forced us to go on an indefinite strike to safeguard the basic rights of our members. We would like to remind you that the undemocratic AllMS administration will be solely responsible for the consequences if any,” the letter added.

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