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We will not stop protesting unless we meet CM: Asha Workers

Asha, health workers want their salary to be deposited between 1 and 10th of every month

We will not stop protesting unless we meet CM: Asha Workers
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Health workers and Asha workers met Additional Commissioner of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) Dr. Sudhakar Shinde on June 12, at 2:00 pm but nothing fruitful came out, hence the workers have decided that they will not withdraw without a discussion with Chief Minister Eknath Shinde. Therefore, the protest of Asha Sevika and health workers continues.


Dr. Sudhakar Shinde had given time for a detailed discussion at 2 pm on Wednesday, taking note of the protest called by health workers and Asha workers. No positive decision was reached in the discussion which lasted for one and a half to two hours on Wednesday afternoon. As a result, Asha Sevika and Arogya Sevika were disappointed. But Asha Sevika and Arogya Sevika were angry that they were called by the Chief Minister, became aggressive.


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Asha Sevika and health workers have called an indefinite strike at Azad Maidan for various demands such as minimum wage, provident fund and pension, maternity benefits, group insurance scheme or annual insurance premium of INR 15 thousand, getting salary between 1st to 10th of every month, appointing Ashasa Vikas on vacant posts of municipal health workers, etc.

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