The Delhi Nurses’ Union AIIMS called off its strike on Tuesday night after a two-hour meeting with the hospital administration, even as the Delhi High Court prevented it from continuing its unrest.
On Monday, around 5,000 nurses from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) went on strike here for their long-awaited demands, including those related to the Sixth Central Payments Commission.
“They (the nurses) canceled their strike and joined their tasks,” AIIMS director Dr. Randeep Guleria told PTI.
The hospital administration, along with health ministry officials, held a meeting at which the union assured that all “local issues” would be addressed immediately, while those belonging to the ministry would be treated separately as soon as possible, an official secret. for they said the developments.
After the meeting, the Union canceled its strike, the official said.
The nurses’ union’s demands include correcting an anomaly in setting the initial payment under the Sixth Central Payments Commission (CPC), fixing issues such as eliminating gender-based booking in the recruitment process for healthcare officers and contractual appointments, improving accommodation. in hospitals and staff restructuring.