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KANNUR: The Kannur district authority has come up with a new way to tackle the strike by the nurses of private hospitals. They have announced that they will deploy nursing students in private hospitals from Monday onwards instead of the protesting nurses.

Even though the United Nurses Association (UNA) has agreed to call of the state-wide indefinite strike that was announced to begin from Monday, the Indian Nursing Association (INA) has informed that they will go ahead with the indefinite strike announced in the districts of Kannur, Kasargode, Kollam and Thiruvananthapuram.

The Kannur district authority decided to make this rather hard decision after the nurses refused to compromise in the meeting with the district collector on Sunday.

They have decided to make available 150 nursing students from the nursing schools in the district to 10 private hospitals. The district collector has also ordered to declare leave to the institutions that provide their students to the private hospitals.

Meanwhile the nurses have said that they will not back off from the strike and will continue by forming a ‘janakeeya samithi’.

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