Imphal, Aug 17,
Jawaharlal Institute of Medical Sciences-Teacher Association (JNIMS-TA) has condemned the suspension of Dr. T Nimmi calling it “arbitrary and unjust” and demanded the revocation of the suspension order, in a special emergency general body meeting of the teacher’s association on August 16. The TA demanded the inquiry which started on August 14 on the matter must be completed within ten days and revoke the suspension order. The TA threatens to intensify the agitation after August 24 if the suspension order of Dr.Nimmi has not been revoked.
The association begin their protest wearing black badges today. It has decided to take mass casual leave on August 19 in solidarity with Dr. Nimmi, except those who in emergency, ICU, ICCU, SICU, NICU and Ward Patients service. The teacher’s body has stated that “members of TA, JNIMS feels insecure working in such an unfavorable environment and not ready to sacrifice a doctor every time a patient dies in the institution.”
TA Vice President, Dr. Th. Opendro said that the hasty suspension order was given under the “influence of a section of people with vested interest without any enquiry.” The association also accepted the resignation of its president in the special meeting of the teachers.
Jeet Akoijam, Resident Editor of Imphal Times hails from Singjamei Liwa Road. Has been with Imphal Times since its start. A National level Rugby player and a regular Trekker and Nature Lover, loves spending time in lap of Mother Nature. Jeet is the father of two lovely kids. Jeet can be contacted at [email protected]
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