CHC workers accused the BJP leader and sarpanch of assault and indecency, health workers protested and expressed anger


CHC workers accused the BJP leader and sarpanch of assault and indecency, health workers protested and expressed anger

Health workers went on strike and police officers were on site.

Health workers went on strike and police officers were on site. News: Badhra. A case of assault and indecent behavior towards hospital staff came to light yesterday evening in Gopi village of Charkhi Dadri district. The employees then left their workplace at the hospital on Tuesday and expressed their anger through protests. Subsequently, Badhra police station reached the spot, explained to the employees, received their complaint and ended the strike by assuring them of appropriate action.

The protesting health workers said that some people from the village reached the hospital at night and spoke to the on-duty Dr. Abhishek started arguing because they were not receiving their calls. After that, the matter escalated further and the people in question started fighting. During this time, when other employees, including women, tried to intervene, they were also treated rudely. Later the villagers came and calmed the matter down. The hospital staff informed the police about this, after which the police team arrived on site that night.

Due to the overnight incident, health workers at the hospital went on strike on Tuesday morning and expressed anger over the incident. After this, Badhra SHO Kaptan Singh along with the team reached the spot and submitted on behalf of Dr. Abhishek filed a written complaint against four named persons, including the village sarpanch, stating that the said persons had entered the hospital premises and misbehaved with him and others. Hence, action was demanded against the staff working there. The SHOs assured appropriate action in the matter and subsequently ended the protest. Through the complaint, the healthcare workers demanded that such incidents have happened many times and therefore two police officers should be permanently deployed on the hospital premises so that they can carry out their work smoothly and without fear. During this time, Dr. Bhupendra, Dr. Abhishek, Dr. Kulwant, Dr. Ashish Mann, Dr. Upendra, Dr. Ankita, Dr. Shivam, Dr. Mishabha, Ramesh, Rajpal, Sushma, Mani, Sandeep, Ramchandra, Neetu etc were present.

Appropriate action will be taken in this matter: SHO

Badhra police station superintendent Kaptan Singh, who was at the spot, said their protest was ended by assuring appropriate action to health workers. A written complaint was filed on their behalf, making allegations against four named individuals. The matter is being investigated and appropriate action will be taken.

Allegations unfounded: Sarpanch

Gopi Sarpanch Kulbir Singh said that the allegations leveled against him were completely baseless. There were constant complaints of misconduct by patients at the hospital and staff not arriving on time. Last night there was also an injured person who was neither referred nor his MLR injured after about two hours. As a result, many people from the village had gathered there and when they also arrived there and wanted to find out about the matter, the doctor working there behaved badly towards them and told them, who are you and asked them to go out of the hospital . Somewhere. When he said he would complain to the district deputy commissioner on behalf of the panchayat, false allegations were leveled against him. The sarpanch said that he would soon meet the senior officials of the department and brief them about the entire matter.

Misconduct by staff, I called the police: BJP leader

On the matter, the BJP leader said that completely baseless allegations were being made by the hospital staff. There was indecency on the part of the staff, instead allegations were made against them. The BJP leader said that an injured person came to the hospital from Ladawas village who was not treated even after waiting for two to two and a half hours and money was demanded for medical treatment. When he reached the hospital on the call of Ladawas villagers, the doctor and an employee named Mahavir, who were under the influence of alcohol, misbehaved with him and mistreated him, leading to an argument. The BJP leader said he called the police the evening he misbehaved.

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