October 6, 2020

Qayoom Wani slams SKIMS admin over the objectionable treatment meted out to female nurses under the garb of rosters

Srinagar/Oct.5 :Jammu and Kashmir Civil Society Forum (JK CSF) Chairman Abdul Qayoom Wani on Tuesday expressed anguish over the shocking revelations of nurses working at SKIMS for over the situation they have been facing amid COVID-19 spread after the implementation of laborious rosters issued by the hospital administration, saying that the return to homes in the late night hours shows that daughters of the society even risk their lives for health safety of the people.
Stating that JK CSF has taken strong note of the protest staged by the female nursing Staff on Monday at Press Colony Srinagar against the alleged mismanagement via-vis the newly introduced three tier shift system at SKIMS, Wani in statement issued on Tuesday said that the tearful-woes of the nurses shook the heart of everybody as the question arises that why the officers who too are part of the society were so indifferent to a highly sensitive scenario. Wani said that
JK CSF is keeping a close vigil on the prevailing conditions of these nurses who have been working for lives of the people amid intensifying COVID-19 without compromising with their duties.
Wani said every employee is a human and not a machine and when there is a proper work culture in places the measures like roster mechanism and rationalization are everywhere in vogue. Stating that JK CSF wonders why these nurses were so desperate to come on roads to show their pathetic tale of injustice, Wani said “this indicates the rule of autocracy in some of the institutions including SKIMS and such a state of affairs in any public institution unacceptable and highly condemnable”
Wani urged the authorities to probe the matter, saying that that if the SKIMS administration as per the revelations of these nurses had been already apprised and appealed for the revival of the issue why administration had threatened them and why four of their colleagues were under suspension. Wani demanded that a prompt work culture be put in place which would bring respite to the employees in general and these nurses in particular at the time of their journey from their work places to their residential areas without any autocratic pressures.

Share and Enjoy !

0 0

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *



Confirmed: 7,706,946Deaths: 116,616