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JNIMS nurses threaten “no pay no work” over unpaid salaries

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JNIMS nurses threaten “no pay no work” over unpaid salaries

IT News,
Imphal, June 7:

Trained Nurses’ Association (TNA) of Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Sciences (JNIMS), Porompat, has issued a stern ultimatum to the institute’s administration, threatening to resort to a “No Pay No Work” strike if their pending salaries are not disbursed by June 8, 2024.
In a letter addressed to the Director of JNIMS, the association reminded the administration of a previous communication sent on May 16, 2024, regarding the delay in salary payments. The nurses have not received their salaries for the past three months, which has caused significant financial strain on them and their families.
“We have come to the resolution that if our salaries are not paid in full by the last working day of this week, we will resort to ‘No Pay No Work’ from June 9, 2024, until our salaries are paid,” stated L. Ranjita Devi, President of TNA, JNIMS. The association emphasized the hardships faced by the employees due to the delay in salary disbursements, highlighting the impact on their ability to meet basic needs and obligations.
The letter, also signed by Bhanumati L., General Secretary of TNA, JNIMS, expressed hope for a swift and amicable resolution to the issue. “We remain committed to providing quality care to our patients, but we also need to ensure that our rights as employees are respected,” the letter concluded.
The Trained Nurses’ Association of JNIMS has a history of advocating for the rights and welfare of nursing staff. The current situation underscores the ongoing challenges faced by healthcare workers, particularly in terms of timely remuneration.
As of now, the administration of JNIMS has not issued a public response to the ultimatum. The impending strike threatens to disrupt healthcare services at the institute, adding pressure on the administration to address the nurses’ grievances promptly.

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