Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital: 150 employees protest over pay structure ‘discrepancies’
| Thursday | 14th September, 2017
Related News Arvind Kejriwal writes to LG for removal of Sanjay Gandhi hospital medical superintendentAround 150 employees of the Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital in Amethi are protesting against alleged discrepancies in salary structure.
The hospital is run by the Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Trust, which was founded by former prime minister Indira Gandhi.
“We are a charitable hospital catering to entire Amethi district, which does not even have a proper district hospital.
“We have been raising the issue of discrepancies in our salaries before hospital administration for long and have communicated it to our local MP as well, but nothing happened.
While some of the technical staff have been getting Rs 6,000 for past 20 years, others doing the same job in the hospital get close to Rs 24,000,” alleged Chandra Bhan Pandey, General Secretary of the Sanjay Gandhi Hospital Employees Union, who sat on dharna outside the hospital premises along with other employees Wednesday.
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