Rajasthan News Congress MLA Amin Kagzi Sitting On Strike At The House Of Health Minister Parsadi Lal Meena In Jaipur
Rajasthan News: In Rajasthan, an MLA of the ruling Congress...
Rajasthan News: In Rajasthan, an MLA of the ruling Congress staged a sit-in at the house of a minister of his own government. Expressing displeasure over the transfers of four doctors from his constituency, the MLA staged a dharna at the residence of Health Minister Parsadi Lal Meena here on Saturday.
protest with supporters
Congress MLA from Kishanpol Amin Kagji along with his supporters reached Meena’s residence here and spoke to him about the transfer list. The MLA alleged that in the list released on Friday evening, these doctors were transferred even though he had requested not to do so. He said that there is resentment among the local people due to this transfer. After not getting a satisfactory answer from the minister, Kagji along with his supporters sat on a dharna at the minister’s residence.
Transfer done after saying
The minister tried to pacify him by assuring him to look into the matter. Later the MLA called off the dharna. The MLA said, “There is displeasure among the people of my constituency over the transfer of four doctors. I told the minister that I am not in favor of transfer of doctors but despite that they were transferred.”
Transfer canceled after talks
He said that people angry with the transfers came to him today, after which he along with people and supporters went to the minister. After the MLA sat on the dharna for a while, the minister took him inside for a conversation. Later the MLA said that the minister has canceled the transfer of the four doctors. According to him, along with this orders have also been issued to put some more doctors on vacant posts in his constituency.
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