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Influential technicians, pharmacists immune to transfers
Overstaying at Gandhi Nagar hospital for years together
5/9/2019 11:36:02 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, May 9: A bunch of highly influential technicians, pharmacists and other employees have been overstaying at Gandhi Nagar hospital for several years in total violation of transfer policy.
According to sources over one dozen lower rung employees including laboratory technicians, pharmacists beside others have been camping at Gandhi Nagar hospital for the last over 5-10 years.
"The strong lobby of these employees is so powerful that even in case of change of bureaucrats, or ministers or even during Governor’s rule, none touched them, due to reasons best known to the authorities at the helm of affairs", sources said.
They further informed that there were some employees who have joined their job at Gandhi Nagar hospital and have reached on the verge of retirement without working at any of the peripheral health institution.
"The entire working of the hospital has been managed as per the whims and fancies of these overstaying employees. As they are aware of all the nuances of the hospital, they easily get close to the hospital administration and got decisions as per their choice", sources alleged, adding that on the name of transfers, some of these influential officials had got themselves transferred to Sarwal hospital or some hospital within the city premises but never got any transfers to peripheral health institutions.
Some of the employees have been running business enterprises in the city and they used to visit the hospital only to mark their attendance. "They earned huge sums of money from the business enterprises and also got regular salary", sources alleged, adding that as per transfer policy, these employees have to transfer from city areas to peripheries after two years of stay but no such policy has been existing for such influential employees.
Even during Governor administration the monopoly of these influential employees has been going on unabated, sources said, and appealed Governor to take cognizance of the matter.
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