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RDA Doctors, Resident Doctors Stage Protest Against Pending Salaries In Hindu Rao Hospital 

With India increasing the vaccination rates in the past few months, the salaries of some of the health workers seem to be on hold. In the latest reports from Delhi’s Hindu Rao Hospital, doctors went on a half-day pen-down strike on Monday regarding the non-payment of salaries from the past three months.

200 Doctors Go On Strike 

As per the latest reports, the resident doctors also have not received their dearness allowance from the past five months. A total of 200 doctors have gone on strike from 9 am to 12:30 pm. The protest will again be conducted in the similar manner on November 16 and 17.

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Talking to the media, Hindu Rao hospital RDA President Tanuraj Tyagi informed that they have not been paid salaries from the past three months and their DA is pending from the past months.

Following the same, they have started a pen-down strike for three days and if things don’t change, they will go on an indefinite strike.

Doctors Wrote To MS Warning The Strike 

The RDA doctors wrote to the Medical Superintendent (MS) on November 11. In the letter, they informed him that they would go on a pen-down strike if their salaries are not released by the end of November 14. They informed them that they will conduct the strike on November 15, November 16 and 17. And if the salaries remain to be pending even after that, they will stage an indefinite strike from November 18.

Along with the doctors, the nurses are also protesting against the salary issues.

Tyagi informed that since the RDA doctors were staging the protest, the patients were attended by the senior doctors. More than 50 percent posts for nurses and a large number of posts of doctors are vacant in the Hindu Rao Hospital.


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