KARACHI: Central President Sindh Paramedical Staff Welfare Association (SPSWA), Akhlaq Ahmed Khan on Thursday said provincial health department authorities were deliberately ignoring the genuine demands of paramedics working in public sector hospitals causing uncertainty among staff.
He expressed these views while chairing a meeting of office-bearers of SPSWA here at Central Office. General Secretary Islam Uddin Shah, Mirza Jawed Baig, Saleeem Bhatti, Yousuf Khan, Abdul Latif, Murad Baloch, Sajid Ali, Bachal Panwar, Hashim Leghari, Naseer Qureshi, Ali Bux, Asgher Ali and others were also present.
He said paramedical staff has been demanding inclusion of cadre of paramedics who remained deprived from service structure, issuance of length of service structure notification, high risk and health allowances since long. He forward several requests to secretary health and provincial health minister for implementation on death quota for paramedical staff children but all went vain.
He said unfortunately high-ups of health department had not paid any heed to their genuine demands and deliberately ignored the issues. He said uncertainty prevalent among paramedics due to apathy of authorities concerned needed to be removed.
He demanded of the Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, provincial health minister and secretary health to accept their demands in order to end uncertainty prevalent among paramedic staff.
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