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FMPHW stage protest at DHS Jammu
11/19/2012 10:37:50 PM
EALY TIMES REPORT
Jammu, Nov 19: Female Multipurpose Health Workers under the banner of FMPHW Association Kathua staged a protest in the Directorate Health Services Jammu in support of their demands. Led by Smt Rajesh Bala President Jammu Kashmir FMPHW Association Kathua and various leaders of the Association protestors amid sloganeering raised their demands. Speakers speaking on the occasion highlighted their demands which include Absorption/Promotion FMPHW trained LHV as Health Educators by modifying the existing Recruitment Rules SRO-20; Creation of LHV's posts in new PHC in Health and Family Welfare Department; Regular disbursement of Salary under head 2211 Family Welfare and etc. Among those who addressed the protestors were Mahima Devi, Mohni Raina, Nancy Bhan, Urmila Jamwal, Sudershan Kour, Rekha Rani and others.
At the end President Jammu Kashmir Medical Employees Federation Sushil Sudan gave full assurance to the FMPHW Welfare Association that in every struggle of steps the federation is always alongwith said Association. Meanwhile in an emergent meeting of another faction of Female Multipurpose Health Workers held under the Chairmanship Saroj Bala, President hailed the members for not participating in the Dharna organized by the Jammu and Kashmir Medical Employees Federation led by Sushil Sudan at DHS Complex on 19-11-2012.
The meeting was attended by Kamla Devi, Mamta Devi, Lalita Devi, Pooja devi, Pritam Kour, Sunita Devi, and Vimla Sharma.
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