Doctors agitated leaving patients in crisis
The health services at B.P memorial cancer hospital in Bharatpur has been affected after the doctors and staffs stopped working demanding of not getting salary and grade allowances since August. All services have been affected since January 2 which led the patients in crisis.
Dr Anil Bikram Karki of the hospital complained that Chairman Dr Prakash Neupane of the management committee had assured to provide salary until December 30 however it did not happened.
Dr Neupane reached the hospital immediately to listen the complaint of the doctors after the daily operation of the hospital was halted. He further assured that the salaries will be provided after the meeting of ministry cabinet. He also said that the salary decision can only be passed from the meeting of board of directors.
Chairman said that the action will be taken to those who obstruct the daily operation of the hospital. The code of conduct related to the hospital has a provision to take action against those who is involved in disruption of regular service of the hospital however no action has been taken yet.
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