Health workers burn Punjab Govt's effigy in Bathinda

Bathinda, December 16

Members of the Taalmel Committee and Paramedical and Health Employees’ Union took out a protest march, raised slogans and burnt an effigy of the state government at Civil Hospital in Bathinda on Thursday.

The protesting health workers demanded that the state government must revive their allowances which were discontinued recently.

Taalmel Committee chief Gagandeep Singh Bhullar said: “We demand that the state government must revive rural area allowance among other allowances which were discontinued by it in recent times.” — TNS

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