HFH staffer writes letter to CM with his blood against injustice
Rawalpindi – A technician of the Holy Family Hospital on Friday has written a letter with his blood to Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shehbaz Sharif to draw his attention towards ongoing injustice and corruption in city’s largest hospital, sources said.
The sources said that a technician namely Muhammad Ahmed has adopted a unique style for lodging his protest with CM against ongoing injustice and corrupt practices in HFH by writing a letter to CM with his blood seeking action against the administration of the hospital. He wrote in the letter that HFH administration demoted him from grade 14 to 12 on charges of raising voice against illegal practices in the hospital. He mentioned the admin promoted matric passed non-technicians from grade 5 to 16. “The MS HFH has also suspended me for highlighting the discrepancies and corrupt practices,” he added. He told CM that he had also written letters to Secretary Health and DG Health but found no reply. He revealed that the non-technicians have not any diploma from any recognised institute.
He appealed to CM to pay a surprise visit to the HFH to see with his own eyes as how the rights of employees were being usurped by the administration. MS HFH was not available for his comments