Indore: Junior Doctors extend support to teacher association’s demand of 7th pay

Despite the state government being informed about the issue and the mass Casual Leave about 1 month ago, they are instead of initiating talks to resolve the issue, is trying to impose ESMA to suppress a democratic protest in which no emergency medical services were hampered by the MPTA”, JDA stated.

Written by July 18, 2019 12:12

New Delhi: Indore’s Junior Doctors Association (JDA) has extended its support to the ongoing agitation of teachers regarding the implementation of Seventh Pay Commission and time-bound promotions.

In a letter written to the Commission of Indore Division, the association has claimed that necessary attempts are not being made by the government to resolve the issue.

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“Despite the state government being informed about the issue and the mass Casual Leave about 1 month ago, they are instead of initiating talks to resolve the issue, is trying to impose ESMA to suppress a democratic protest in which no emergency medical services were hampered by the MPTA”, JDA stated.

Requesting government to resolve the conflict in a constructive way, JDA has also threatened to withdraw OPD and other services ‘in case of any untoward action against the protesting teachers’. (ANI)