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    Gives memorandum to collector and warn to go on strike

    The issue of salaries of outsourced employees working in various government hospitals in Vadodara city district gives a memorandum to the district collector regarding salary issues. They also warn to go on strike in view of their demands.

    Outsourcing employees working in government hospitals, led by Ashwin Solanki, president of the Rishi Valmiki Social Security Services Institute, took out a rally and gives an application to the district collector’s office on the issue of salaries. They said, if their demand is not accepted they will be forced to go on strike which will be the sole responsibility of authorities.

    According to the application, outsourcing third and fourth class employees working in various government hospitals in Vadodara city and district for a long time complained about the contractor. They have not been getting any solution in this from the health department despite repeated representations to the health secretary, health commissioner and superintendent of various hospitals. Circulars are issued in the interest of the housing employees but the superintendent and others are reluctant to implement them.

    Currently, the government has issued a circular stating that outsourcing employees have been ordered to pay their expro account compulsorily, but this is not being implemented by officials and contractors. As a result employees are not being paid at present and it is time for them to suffer.

    They said, if their demand is not accepted they will be forced to go on strike which will be the sole responsibility of authorities.

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