Bathinda: Nurses seek pay parity

Bathinda, December 6

Staff nurses under the banner of the Nursing Association Punjab, started an indefinite strike here at Bathinda Civil Hospital on Monday.

They raised slogans against the state and sought that anomalies in pay parity be removed and all allowances cut as per the new pay panel report must be revived on priority basis soon. Swaranjit Kaur, association chief, said: “We must be given the status of nursing officers on the lines of other states.” — TNS

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