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Health Workers' Protest Enters Fourth Day in Dhangadhi

२०८० साउन ४, ०९:१९ Dineshkhabar Desk

Dhangadhi: For the past four days, health workers from Dhangadhi sub-metropolitan city in Kailali have been engaged in a protest. The demonstration was sparked by the decision of the Deputy Metropolitan Municipality to halt the attendance of 33 adjusted and adjusted employees. In response, the employees have been holding daily sit-ins at the sub-metropolitan city office.

The civil servants are protesting against the refusal of the Deputy Metropolitan Municipality to comply with the directives from the Ministry of Health and Population and the Ministry of Federal Affairs and General Administration, which called for the attendance of adjusted and adjusted health workers.

Bimal Prakash Joshi, president of Kailali, the official trade union of civil servants, expressed his concern over the treatment of health workers in Dhangadhi. He highlighted that the sub-metropolitan municipality prevented the health workers from attending to address budget-related issues. Joshi further stated that Chief Administrative Officer Ram Lal Shrestha and City Chief Gopal Hamal have shown disregard for the workers' grievances.

He emphasized the need for dialogue and requested the presence of Ramlal Sir and Mayor SAP to facilitate discussions. Joshi also offered alternative solutions concerning salaries. He warned of a potential escalation in protest if the situation remains unchanged. The civil servants have initiated a boycott of the Chief Administrative Officer, and they may halt their services in the future.

Since the 1st of Shravan, the Dhangadhi sub-metropolitan city has refrained from allowing the health workers to attend, citing budgetary constraints as the reason. The sub-metropolitan authorities attribute the salary stoppage to the decision made by the federal government.

Dineshkhabar Desk

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