Manipur, June 27 -- The All Manipur National Health Mission Employees Welfare Association (AMNEWA) on Saturday reminded the state government regarding its proposed cease-work strike and non-cooperation to the government which is to begin from July 1.

The association has been demanding regularisation of all the staff of National Health Mission (NHM) and they had submitted a memorandum to the chief minister on June 19, serving a deadline for June 30 to fulfill their demands.

A release issued by secretary of AMNEWA Khangembam Jodha Singh on Friday stated that the NHM staff is working day and night in quarantine centres and isolation wards during the present COVID-19 pandemic in the state.

The NHM staff is also working at screening points ...