Maharashtra State Nurses Union demanding revoking of transfer of its president
The Maharashtra State Nurses Union (MSNU) has threatened an indefinite strike across the state from November 30, 2022, if the government does not take back the transfer of the union president Manisha Shinde by then.
All nurses in all government institutions including the two medical colleges in the city held demonstrations on Friday and demanded the revoking of the transfer of MSNU president from Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Government Hospital at Latur.
They claimed that the allegations against the president were uncalled for. Union has been claiming an inquiry into various demands in hospitals about nurses for a long but the government instead of looking into the issues transferred the president.
Nurses union representatives in the city told they will continue to work wearing black badges till November 28, 2022, but next two days they will stop complete work for two days. And if their demands are not met after that they will go on indefinite strike from November 30, 2022.