12-06-2013 … even though the state bjp led government might have spent lakhs of rupees through advertisements on the recent concluded 3day bjp executive meet in goa there seems to be no money in to the coffers of the state government to pay monthly salary to around sixty staff attached to the institute of nursing education run by government of goa till date.
The incident which was brought to the notice of the goanreporter team by one of the concerned staff member has once again raised questions on whether the present bjp led government is running out of cash and is not able to pay money to their staff salary in concerned departments like the institute of nursing education institute situated at bambolim ….
According to the information available from the staff members there are around sixty staff working in to the institute at bambolim which includes driver’s, servants, cooks, ward sister’s, office staff, watchman and librarian who have not yet been paid their last month salary which the staff was supposed to get by the end of 31st of may …
The staff members went and approached the principal carol noronha of the institute who mentioned to the staff members that she was busy in some other work at the moment and would talk after half an hour time
When the issue was raised in front of the institute of nursing education principal informed goanreporter that due to electronic clearing system the salary to staff was delayed for few days and would be put in to their accounts by the end of this week
Ligor said that it was said to note that they as drivers were also asked by his senior staff to do othet type of work in the institute
Not only that while the issue of salary was brought to the notice of goanreporter team around four elder ladies who work as servants in the institute said that even after being working as servants they were given additional work as cooks too to cook for more than 200 students in the institute thus working for more than 12 hours in a day …
Goanreporter also tried to get in touch with the health minister over the issue but efforts went futile as the health minister cell phone was unable to reach