New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday restrained the Nurses Union of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi from continuing with their indefinite strike until January 18, the following date of listening to within the matter.
A bench of Justice Navin Chawla directed the Nurses Union to restrain from continuing the strike after AIIMS, Delhi submitted that the grievances of the Union had been being thought of by the authorities involved.
The bench additionally sought a response from the Nurses Union on the petitioner filed by the AIIMS administration in opposition to the strike, known as by the Nurses Union over their long-pending calls for, together with that associated to the Sixth Central Pay Commission.
The strike was unlawful and in violation of the Industrial Disputes Act, AIIMS mentioned in its plea earlier than the High Court. It mentioned that the strike by the nurses violated an order earlier handed by the courtroom prohibiting any such motion by AIIMS workers.
The petition was filed after roughly 3,500 nursing energy of the hospital went on an indefinite strike on Monday, sitting on the hospital premises shouting slogans, holding placards, amid the pandemic.
It sought instructions to the protesting union to return to work, particularly within the current time, because it mentioned the entire hospital had come to a standstill.
Advocate VSR Krishna, showing for AIIMS, submitted that it had no position to play within the decision of nurses’ demand pertaining to the Sixth Pay Commission and the strike was a pressure-building tactic.
He mentioned the strike additionally violated a High Court order prohibiting such motion by AIIMS workers. It was said that as per the order, there could possibly be no sloganeering, dharna on the AIIMS campus.
Lawyer apprised the courtroom that Nurses left their jobs and all scientific work. “It is a COVID hospital,” Krishna mentioned. The courtroom was additionally knowledgeable that every one the grievances raised by the nurses had been being regarded into in a sympathetic method.
On the opposite hand, the strike has left sufferers’ households outdoors the emergency ward stand clueless about what’s to be accomplished. Some of the members of the family of sufferers mentioned they weren’t being allowed inside and sought to know who was caring for the sufferers.