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Health service recruitment embargo must be lifted – Cllr McMonagle

first_imgDonegal County Council has agreed to write to Minister for Health Simon Harris to call for the recruitment embargo to be lifted in the Health Service.County councillor Gerry McMonagle has this week called for a ‘strong letter’ to be sent to the Department of Health ahead of Budget 2020 seeking the necessary resources to fill long-term vacancies that have resulted from the embargo.Cllr McMonagle told the council that a high number of vacancies in Letterkenny University Hospital has contributed to extended outpatient waiting lists in outpatients, a shortage of beds, patients on trolleys and long A&E waiting times. He also warned that Brexit will put further pressures on the health service. “It’s not good enough that our people in Donegal seem to have to travel everywhere for everything,” Cllr McMonagle told this week’s county council meeting.“We have a state of the art hospital, we have good staff, but we have a lot of vacancies.”Cllr McMonagle, who is a member of the Northwest Regional Health Forum, added that LUH would not disclose how many vacancies there are present, despite his requests.Health service recruitment embargo must be lifted – Cllr McMonagle was last modified: October 2nd, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:healthRecruitment embargolast_img read more


Kalmadi disregarded Centre’s direction for transparency: CBI

first_imgIn awarding TSR contract for CWG 2010 to his favoured company, sacked OC chairman and seven-time MP Suresh Kalmadi disregarded the directions of the Centre for transperancy, CBI has said in its chargesheet.In its first chargesheet filed against Kalmadi, 67, and ten others, CBI has said OC former Secretary General Lalit Bhanot, Kalmadi’s confidant and co-accused had in pursuance of the Centre’s direction for transparency directed issuance of a note with an Expression of Interest for TSR suggesting that the eligibility criteria for the TSR bidders was approved by the Ministry of Sports.The Centre had sanctioned a grant of Rs 45 crore for the TSR system and directed for transparency in its contract.”Investigation has revealed that there was no approval of the government in respect of criteria/contents for eligibility criteria,” the chargesheet said.Investigation shows that disregarding the directions of the government for transperancy and in furtherance of the conspiracy to favour Swiss Timing, on the directions of Lalit Bhanot, a note was initiated on March 21, 2009, enclosing an EoI for TSR.”This note stated … the contents to be placed on the website as approved by the Ministry of Sports are enclosed. It is for approval and instruction to the concerned officer to place the matter on the website of OC,” CBI said in its charge sheet.”The government nomineees raised the issue of lack of clarity regarding the criteria adopted by the expert committee in short lising only certain brands. Investigation has revealed that Kalmadi fradulently stated that the recommendations were finalised in consultation with the international federations,” the probe agency said.advertisementlast_img read more