Nagda: Nurses go on indefinite strike, take out rally to press for their 12-point demands

Nagda (Ujjain district, Madhya Pradesh): The nurses posted at Khategaon Community Health Centre went on an indefinite strike from Friday to press for their 12-point charter of demands. Nurses Association, Madhya Pradesh, has announced strike. They said if the chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan does not approve their demands they will launch agitation.

All the nurses took out a rally from the community health centre, raising slogans. Their demands include implementation of old pension scheme, pay scale at par with other states, appointments on compassionate grounds, conferring corona warrior awards on them, abolition of age bar for higher education.

Staff nurses Narmada Soni, Babita Khushram, Alka Bohre, Shipra Sigotra, Ranjana Sahu, Nisha Uike, Chandni Lokhande, serving at Khategaon Community Health Centre said they will be on an indefinite strike.

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