Discussions to abolish finger print method underway at Ja’pura Hospital | Daily News

Discussions to abolish finger print method underway at Ja’pura Hospital


A discussion is underway between trade unions who are protesting against marking attendance by the finger print method and the Sri Jayewardenepura Hospital governing board.

A token strike was launched by the nurses at the National Hospital and the Eye Hospital in support of the protest until 7 a.m. today.

However, Chairman of the Government Services United Nurses Union Ven. Muruththettuwe Ananda Thera said that drastic measures would be taken by the unions after discussions, if a satisfactory solution is not provided by the governing body. 


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Why is every effort at development laid aside because of strikes and such nonsense. If administrators don't have the backbone to enforce change put it to the people as an online referendum, to be signed with name, NIC. Almost every Sri Lankan has access to the internet. Let the people decide if they want change, if a majority wants it then take strict action against protestors, which in this should have been done anyway as medical services are an essential service.


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