Controversial circular withdrawal issued at delhi hospital scene for ‘Malayali’ controversy: Controversial circular withdrawal issued at delhi hospital scene for ‘Malayali’ controversy. A circular banning the use of the Malayalam language has been withdrawn at the Govind Ballabh Pant Institute of PG Medical Education Research Hospital in delhi. Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and KC Naidu said the circular was unacceptable. According to hospital sources, Venugopal and Shashitharur are withdrawing from the controversial protest.
The delhi Health Ministry has issued a memo to the hospital following a complaint. Hospital officials said the hospital’s nursing superintendent had issued a 1315 circular without informing them or the delhi government. (The circular states that nurses should speak only in Hindi or English and that Malayalam is not understood by most patients and that strict action will be taken against those who violate this warning).
However, most of the nurses from Kerala are working in hospitals across the country. Various nursing associations have strongly objected to this circular. Rahul Gandhi tweeted that Malayalam is also an Indian language and that not speaking it would be discriminatory. Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan Kesi Venugopal another MP to demand the withdrawal of the writing. Instantly this Circular. It’s an unconstitutional circular.
Another leader, Shashitharur, said that this was a violation of the basic human rights of Indians and that it was a cruel act. He said it was not acceptable for nurses not to speak their mother tongue.
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